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Environmental Restoration Planners

Work Environment

Environmental restoration planners work 40 or more hours per week. The work week varies depending on the complexity of the projects they are assigned. When deadlines are approaching, they may have to work in the evenings or weekends to accomplish project goals. They work in laboratories and business offices. They also spend time in the field, sometimes outdoors and sometimes in manufacturing facilities, to collect soil, water, and air samples, for instance. They work in all weather conditions, and must be able to carry monitoring and testing equipment to and from the testing sites. The job requires attention to detail, flexibility to work in various environments, and physical stamina. 

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