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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1/3 3 / HORNBILLS HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIST and waste systems of - inspect disposal processes soil, water and other materials to local and commercial businesses. -help contain and waste spills. CAREER DESCRIPTION - collect samples of - show the public how to analyze characteristics. properly handle and dispose of hazardous waste. university undergraduate degree OR associate's degree OR FIELDS OF STUDY suggested CHEMISTRY ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING WASTE MANAGEMENT TOXICOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE clean up toxic EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS BIOCHEMISTRY ESSENTIAL SKILLS college diploma - know how to use sampling tools- good with computers to manage and evaluate information- capable of discerning lab results The average salary for a HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIST is about 70,000 USD a year. Working locations for this job vary from or indoor office jobs noisy industrial sites. The PERIODIC TABLE contains elements that are potentially dangerous such as MERCURY and LEAD. Careers such as that of a HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIST were created to prevent such poisonings. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE Janielle Ward STUDIED AT: University of HER DECISION: "Working in a place that does analytical only appropriate." testing seemed Ward first majored inchemistry and then focused on analyticalchemistry and biochemistry. A "MAJOR" DECISION Minnesota HER DEGREE: Ward has a bachelor's degree in chemistry. MOTIVATION: The thing she enjoys about her job is analyzing samples and reporting data. How to Become a Hazardous Waste Technologist. (n.d.). Retrieved December 2, 2014, from Occupational Profile. (n.d.). Retrieved December 3, 2014, from Ward, J. (n.d.). Environmental Lab Technician Interview. Retrieved December 2, 2014, from
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