Environmental Technology Students available for Internship with BCEIA Members Students available for 12-16 week internships beginning January 2013

Kwantlen's Environmental Protection Technology students are in an ASTTBC accredited program designed by industry representatives to meet the demands of organizations such as BCEIA member companies. These enthusiastic students, with a variety of backgrounds and experience, are available for 12-16 weeks beginning January 2013.

What can they do?
- Air, water and soil field sampling
- Solid, liquid and air treatment methods
- Waste minimization
- Hazardous goods and waste handling methods
- WHMIS implementation and compliance evaluation
- Emergency planning and spill response methods
- Recycling and waste minimization program design
- Environmental law, issues, analysis and ethics
- Computer software competency

For more information regarding the EPT program, including the courses the students take, please visit:

Other advantages of hiring an EPT Co-op student can be found here:

For further information, contact Melissa Drury, EPT Co-op Instructor, Kwantlen Polytechnic University at 604 599 3264.