The Environmental and Hydraulics Laboratories are a joint-use facility shared by the Departments of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering Technology. The Environmental Laboratory (SW3-1655) primarily specializes in wastewater analysis and contaminated site investigation techniques. Wastewater analysis capabilities include: total solids, suspended solids, turbidity, conductivity, pH, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, ammonia, free and combined chlorine, phosphates, sulfate, nitrate/nitrite, selected metals, total coliform and fecal coliform. Contaminated site investigation activities include support of Stage 1 to detailed site investigations covering: site history and identification to drilling and sampling. Current instrumentation includes a Geonics soil conductivity meter, water/product level meter, falling head test data logging pressure transducer and VOC detectors. The Hydraulic Laboratory (SW3-1640) has three channel flumes that are used for a wide range of fluid experiments ranging from basic fluid properties, closed conduit flow, open-channel flow and wave motion. In addition, there is a pump module, pelton turbine and a cavitation demonstration unit in the lab for experiments as well as in class demonstration purposes.