Environmental Measurement Symposium 2017
INNOVATIVE NEW TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE
Tuesday, August 8, 2017; 3:00 - 5:00 pm

Organized jointly by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Agency) and The NELAC Institute (TNI), the 2017 Environmental Measurement Symposium, a combined meeting of the 33rd Annual National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC) and the Forum on Environmental Accreditation, is the largest conference focused on environmental measurements in North America.

For the fourth year in a row, we are pleased to offer an exclusive opportunity for up to twelve (12) organizations to showcase innovative new technologies – sensors, apps, personal monitoring devices, among others – and network with several hundred managers and senior staff from commercial laboratories; the regulated community; the Agency’s regulatory program offices, regional and headquarters compliance staff; state compliance officials; tribal nations; the international community; the exhibitor community; and others involved in or affected by the Agency’s policies and procedures.

For a nominal fee of $350, one individual from your organization will:

  • Receive a poster board and table set-up in a walk-in reception style setting;
  • Receive a 5 minute platform speaking opportunity from your display area for all those attending the Technology Showcase to hear about your technology opportunity;
  • Network with attendees in a reception following this event;
  • Attend the conference sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The NEMC Steering Committee is inviting organizations to apply for this limited opportunity by submitting a one-page abstract that includes a description of your innovative product or service, how it is used, any demonstrated results, among other key facts or details. Click here to submit your application. All submissions must be received by April 1, 2017. The 12 organizations selected will receive information on how to register by May 1, 2017.

2016 Participants:

Environmental Express
The StableWeigh TDS Vessels reduce the amount of time you spend preparing, weighing, cooling, and cleaning your evaporation vessels for Total Dissolved Solids analysis.

GE Analytical Instruments
The GE Sievers M9 SEC TOC Detector has been designed to detect aromatic and nonaromatic fraction of organic matter as a function of molecular weight.

Hanby PetroAnalysis
The New Hydrocarbon ID is a field device that utilizes a chemical reaction and a spectrometer to get a spectral curve or fingerprint of the hydrocarbon for both qualitative and quantitative analysis.

Horizon Technology
Horizon Technology will demonstrate how solid phase extraction (SPE) works and how the technique can benefit the laboratory.

NECi Superior Enzymes
Handheld photometer combines Android apps and recombinant proteins for state of the art field analytical chemistry.

OndaVia, Inc.
The OndaVia Analysis System consists of a small, transportable instrument and a disposable, chemical-specific test kit to leverage the power of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy.

OI Analytical
The Eclipse 4760 Purge and Trap Sample Concentrator sets a new standard for ease-of-use volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis.

Planktos Instruments, LLC
Our patent-pending HydroSphereTM enables autonomous, spatially-continuous surveys of water quality parameters at lower cost than existing methods.  

Restek Corporation
The Aura™ personal whole air sampler from Restek is setting a brand new benchmark in canister sampling technology.

SCIEX
The SCIEX X550R QTOF System is a novel benchtop QTOF instrument designed for routine analysis in the production laboratory

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
Snoopy is a continuous methane monitor based on IR technology that provides exact, laboratory quality, continuous readout and monitoring of methane concentration.

Syft Technologies
Rapid, direct gas analysis using SIFT-MS coupled to an autosampler system provides extremely high-throughput analysis of environmental samples.

Thermo Scientific
The Thermo Scientific Dionex Integrion HPIC system delivers features previously available only on Thermo Scientific high-end systems, including high-pressure capability and optional electrochemical detection.

United Chemists
ChemBots™ replace summa cans while providing time integrated sampling of both air and water matrices.

XOS
HD Rocksand uses the same HDXRF® technology that has come to be trusted by regulators and industry experts in fields requiring best-in-class levels of detection; light weight, portability, and ease of use; and flexible measurement for simple analysis.