Latest News from our Journal
The SEE to move back to London
After nearly forty years, the Society of Environmental Engineers is moving its headquarters back to London. From 1st October the SEE will be based at 100 Borough High Street, London SE1 1LB. The office is a five minute walk from London Bridge. For more information please read our Chief Executive's perspective here
New look for EE
We have just produced the June edition of Environmental Engineering.This is the first edition produced with the new design and layout. We hope that you like it. The digital edition can be read here
Our Members will also receive the EE Climatic & Vibration technology 2016 Supplement along with the June edition. The digital edition is available here
Forthcoming - EE Test Houses 2016 Supplement
This will be published in July. Content will include a round up of the key technological and business challenges facing test and development engineers, test houses and suppliers of test equipment and services. If your company wants to get involved you can simply fill in this interactive pdf and send it back to us here.
For the latest updates, news and technology features and in-depth exclusives please visit our new website EEOnline.org.uk
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
Is our new Twitter account.....
Virtual groups for SEE Members
We are soon to roll out a new Membership Application form which will also give our Members the opportunity to sign up for our new virtual technology and industry groups. The technology groups will address Testing & Reliability, Design & Simulation, Cleanrooms & Contamination Control, Packaging, Environmental Management. The industry groups will focus on Aerospace & Defence, Transport including Automotive & Rail, Electrical, Electronics & Telecoms, Manufacturing & Process, Power, Energy & Offshore, and Built Environment.
SEE Members Newsletter for February 2016
This information is available in the SEE News pages of our Journal. But it is also here in pdf form.
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
Environmental Engineering is our Membership Journal and is available to Members in both print and digital formats. The Journal will be published six times in 2016 with editions appearing in February, April, June, August, October and December.
The editorial content will include technology focuses (on cleanrooms and contamination control, design and simulated test, EMC testing, data acquisition, recording and sensors, NDT, climatic vibration and noise testing) and industry sector reports (automotive, medical, aerospace & defence, transport, electronics and telecoms and rail).
In addition Members will also receive six separate editorial supplements during 2016, covering Data Acquisition & Sensors, EMC technology, Cleanrooms, Test Houses, Climatic & Vibration testing and Electronics.
Test House Directory
Published early in the year and distributed to our Members with their Journal in February, te 2016 edition has more than 700 categories of test and nearly 130 companies listed.
The information is also available online at TestHouseDirectory.com and new companies can appear here at any time during the year by filling in the pdf form here.