The Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE) is a professional Society that exists to promote awareness of the discipline of environmental engineering, and to provide members of the Society with information, training and representation within this field. The Society is a Charity and as such the trusteesí annual report must include: (i) a report in the examined annual accounts, of the activities undertaken by a charity to further its charitable purposes for the public benefit and (ii) a statement by the charity trustees as to whether they have considered the Charity Commissionís guidance on public benefit. The Society Trustees, in studying the Charity Commissionís guidelines, consider that the objects of The Society align directly with the public benefit requirements whilst at the same time providing members with, among other things, opportunities to support their engineering careers, obtain registration as Professional Engineers and have their CPD monitored as well as being able to use a forum for technical interchange (e.g. virtual groups). All of these activities are vital to the development of individual engineers and add to the total skill base and commitment of the members for the public good. See also the section ABOUT US.

Latest News from our Journal

New SEE office and Secretariat

From 13th February the SEE will be based at 22 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1PR. For more information please read our Chief Executive's perspective here


Where environmental engineers fit....

The new mobile phone advertisement from Samsung shows a number of environmental tests that are now part of their product design and development. Environmental engineers are clearly crucial to "giving the people what they want" as The O'Jays put it. See the video of the month or click here


SEE News


The International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) has introduced a new process allowing anyone to comment on publically available standards. Ther Society believes that this is an important change and is keen to update members on relevant changes. For more information about the Standards affects please click here


Principles to guide engineering practice

The Engineering Council and the Royal Academy of Engineering have produced a statement of ethical principles to guide engineering practice. This statement summarises the fundamental principles and is designed to supplement the SEE Code of Conduct. Both documents are here


New President for the SEE

Peter Vincent is looking forward to the tasks and challenges that come with PSEE. Click here to find out more. 


New ecommerce terms & conditions
For The Society can be found here

Pay by Direct Debit

The Society can now accept Membership payments by this method. For more detail click here

The SEE in Hong Kong

We are pleased to confirm the details of the SEE Hong Kong Chapter Committee for 2016 - 2017 here.


New job section
The SEE website now has it's own job section. This can help Members if they are looking for a new job, checking out their market value or even looking to recruit some staff. Please look here for the latest in environmental engineering vacancies.




This is an online professional development system and is aligned with the UK Standard for Professional Engineering Competence (UK-SPEC) for EngTech, ICTTech, IEng and CEng, as well as other registration grades your institution may offer. You can measure and track your progress against the competence statements for the category of registration you are working towards. Records can then be sent to your institution as part of the professional review process. Engineers and technicians who have attained professional registration can continue to use to record their Continuing Professional Development (CPD). This service can help our Members work towards professional registration.

SEE Members can access mycareerpath here



Collaborative Membership

In collaboration with Engineering Council, the Society Of Environmental Engineers has entered into Registration Arrangements with several other Societies, not themselves Licensed Members of Engineering Council.


The organisations currently covered by this arrangement are:


ACostE (The Association of Cost Engineers)


BSSM (British Society for Strain Measurement)


ICT (The Institute Of Concrete Technology)


ICorr (The Institute of Corrosion)


SaRS (The Safety and Reliability Society)

IMF (The Institute of Materials Finishing)


IExpE (The Institute of Explosives Engineers)


For more information on the range of The Society's Collaborative Membership Arrangement.....

Video Of The Month

Environmental testing and a funky soundtrack

The latest mobile phone ad from Samsung demonstrates many facets of environmental testing. It also includes some music from The "Mighty" O'Jays.


To watch Click Here


Corporate Partner Scheme

The Society currently has over twenty Corporate Partners and would like to work with other interested organisations.

As a first step please contact us at





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