F1c Environmental Technology


Environmental technology covers a lot of room or area: The supply and disposal networks occupy areas and soil (space); they develop area units (e.g. building zones). Under certain circumstances, environmental pollution may lead to restrictions on use; this means, for example, that the soil may only be built over under certain conditions. The Environmental Technology course aims to create a basic understanding of such interrelationships.




  • Describe basic knowledge about development and development carriers
  • Understanding the basics of energy, air pollution control, waste management, contaminated sites and noise
  • Explain the connections between environmental technology and spatial planning
  • Understanding and interpreting environmental technology plans


  • Supply and disposal networks and their development function
  • State of development
  • Development planning and development programme
  • Water supply, pipeline register, general water supply project GWP
  • Urban drainage, land register, general drainage plan GEP
  • Public waters
  • Energy supply, energy planning, municipal energy concept
  • Relationships between energy use and air pollution control
  • Contaminated sites, suspected contaminated sites, register of contaminated sites
  • Noise abatement, noise pollution register, areas prone to noise pollution
  • Noise sensitivity levels, noise restoration

Lesson Time

16 (2 Days)

Course Cost

CHF 700.-