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Approximately 55,100 environmental engineers, including air quality engineers, work in the United States. Many air quality engineers are privately employed in industries subject to emissions control, such as manufacturing. They may also work for the federal government, investigating and ensuring compliance with air quality regulations, as consultants to industry and large companies, and in research and development.

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