LATEST NEWS

-- November 8, 2023 --

2023 EMS PRESENTATION PDFs NOW AVAILABLE - Click here to view and download PDFs of presentations delivered at the 2023 Symposium in Minneapolis, MN.

-- November 6, 2023 --

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Abstracts are now being requested for the 2024 Symposium. Click here for details.


-- October 23, 2023 --

EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - Click here to register as an exhibitor for the 2024 Symposium.


About EMS

The Environmental Measurement Symposium (EMS) is the combined meeting of the National Environmental Measurement Conference (NEMC) and the Forum on Environmental Accreditation. In 2024, EMS will be held August 5-9 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove, California. The theme of the 2024 symposium is Reliable Data for Sound Decision Making.

The Conference will include:

  • A Technical Program featuring oral and poster presentations, a special half-day general session with a keynote speaker focused on the conference theme and updates from EPA program offices, special keynote presentations on the conference theme, and luncheon presentations,
  • An Exhibit Program showcasing the latest innovations in environmental monitoring, and
  • An Innovative New Technology Showcase.

Who Should Attend?

  • Laboratory Scientists, Managers and Directors
  • QA/QC Managers
  • Regulatory Affairs Managers
  • Senior Analysts
  • Field Sampling Management Organizations (FSMO)
  • Students, instructors, researchers, and others in the related academic community
  • Anyone else concerned with environmental monitoring
The Benefits of Attending

All Symposium attendees have the valuable opportunity to share new monitoring approaches and technologies, and contribute to discussions regarding regulatory issues and initiatives. As an attendee, you are able to:

  • obtain the information you need to better plan for future capital purchases, research, and staffing levels;
  • learn how to save time and money when performing sampling and analysis techniques;
  • improve the quality and efficiency of your analyses; and
  • learn about new technologies and regulations.