Exhibitor Information

As an exhibitor at the 11th National Monitoring Conference you will be a very visible part of the only national conference solely devoted to water monitoring, providing an exceptional setting to mix with potential clients and partners in the water monitoring community. Over 600 water monitoring professionals from all 50 states are expected to attend the 2019 conference.

 

Exhibition Fees

Single Booth: $1,895
Double Booth: $2,595
Additional Exhibit Staff: $395 each

 

What’s Included in the Fee?

Single Booth Double Booth
Exhibit Staff with Full Conference Registrations 2 3
Exhibition Space
Booth sizes will be available soon pending fire marshal approval. Single booths will be a minimum of 8′ × 8′.
TBD TBD
Table One (1) skirted table Two (2) skirted tables
Chairs 2 4
Waste Basket 1 1
Identification Sign Yes Yes
Program Listing
Your company’s contact information printed in the Exhibitor section of the Symposium final program.
Yes Yes
Website Listing
A link to your company’s website on the conference website.
Yes Yes
Access to Technical Sessions
Tuesday – Thursday
Yes
For all booth staff
Yes
For all booth staff
Continental Breakfast
Held in the Exhibit Hall
Wednesday – Thursday
Yes
For all booth staff
Yes
For all booth staff
Lunch
Held in the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday – Thursday
Yes Yes
Refreshment Breaks
Held in the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday – Thursday
Yes Yes
Exhibitors Reception
Held in the Exhibit Hall
Tuesday
Yes Yes

 

Cancellation/Refund Policy

  • Exhibition space is non-refundable.
  • Special event and workshop fees are fully refundable through February 15. A $10 cancellation fee will be assessed for cancellations received February 16 – March 15. There will be no refunds after March 15.
  • Cancellations must be processed through the online registration system or submitted by email to events@nalms.org. Cancellations by phone will not be accepted.

 

Exhibition Schedule

Exhibitor Set-up: Monday, March 25

Exhibit Hall Open: Tuesday, March 26 – Thursday, March 28

Exhibitor Take-down: Thursday, March 28

Lunches and refreshment breaks during exhibit hours will be held in the exhibit hall, Tuesday through Thursday, maximizing traffic and allowing more time for conference participants to visit with exhibitors. On Tuesday evening of the conference, we will sponsor a meet-and-greet reception in the exhibit hall for networking between exhibitors, poster presenters and conference participants.

 

Contact

If you have any questions or would like to be added to our mailing list, please contact Philip Forsberg at the NALMS office: 608-233-2836, ext. 700 or forsberg@nalms.org.

 

Past Exhibitors

Below is a sampling of companies that have exhibited at recent conferences:

34 North
Abraxis LLC
Acclaim Systems Inc.
ACWI
ACWI Subcommittee on Ground Water
ACZ Laboratories, Inc.
Agilent Technologies
Almetek Industries, Inc.
American Innovations
Analytical Technology, Inc.
Aqualytical
Aquatic Informatics Inc.
Astoria-Pacific
AXYS Technologies/ALEC Electronics
Bay Area Clean Water Agencies
bbe Moldaenke GmbH
BioQuip Products
Blue Water Satellite
Brooks Rand Labs
C.I.Agent Storm Water Solutions
California State Water Resources Control Board
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Carnet Technology
Charm Sciences, Inc.
ChemWare
Chipotle Business Group, Inc.
City of Portland
City of San Jose
Clean Lakes, Inc.
Cooper Environmental
Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology
Delaware River Basin Commission
Diagnostic Technology Pty Ltd
EarthSoft, Inc.
Eco Analysts, Inc.
Energy Laboratories, Inc.
EnviroScience, Inc.
EnviroTech Instruments LLC
EPA Council For Regulatory Environmental Modeling
Eureka Water Probes
Fluid Imaging Technologies
Forston Labs
FTS
Geotech Environmental Equipment
GFS Chemicals, Inc.
Gold Systems, Inc.
goodXense, Inc.
Green Eyes
Greenspan Analytical
GreenWater Lab/CyanoLab
Ground Water Protection Council
Hydro Scientific West, Inc.
IDEXX
In-Situ
INTERA
INW
IPS MeteoStar, Inc.
JBS Energy, Inc.
Kewaunee Scientific Corporation – Technical Furniture Group
KISTERS North America
Lakes Consulting
LaMotte Company
Measurement Specialties, Inc.

Methods & Data Comparability Board
Modern Water
Morgan & Associates, Inc.
NACWA – National Association of Clean Water Agencies
National Atmospheric Deposition Program
National Ground Water Association
National Park Service
National Water Quality Monitoring Council
NJ Department of Environmental Protection
NOAA Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment
NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
North American Lake Management Society
OTT Hydromet
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
Pine Environmental Services
PP Systems/bbe Moldaenke
Practical Stats
REACH Data Services
ROM Communications, Inc.
RTI International
s::can Measuring Systems LLC
Satlantic, Inc.
Schlumberger Water Services
Seattle Sensor Systems
Sequoia Scientific, Inc.
Seveno
Solinst Canada Ltd.
Source Molecular
Stevens Water Monitoring Systems
Sutron Corporation
TE Connectivity
Technical Associates
Teledyne Isco
Teledyne RD Instruments
Tennessee Valley Authority
Tetra Tech
Thermo Scientific
TraceDetect
Turner Designs
UNIBEST International, LLC
Universal Laboratories
US Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Technology Verification Program
US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Information
US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development
US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water
US Environmental Protection Agency Volunteer Monitoring Center
US Geological Survey
US Geological Survey – HIF
US Geological Survey National Water-Quality Assessment Program
US Geological Survey New Jersey Water Science Center
US Geological Survey NWISWeb
USDA-CSREES Volunteer Water-Quality Monitoring National Facilitation Project
Utility Systems Science & Software
Vaisala Inc.
Water Environment Federation
WET Labs, Inc.
Wildermuth Environmental, Inc
Wildlife Supply Co. (WILDCO)
Windsor Solutions, Inc.
YSI
ZAPS Technologies
Zhuhai Yunzhou Intelligence Technology Co., Ltd.