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NEMC 2005: 21st National Environmental Monitoring Conference


The National Environmental Monitoring Conference provides you a forum for addressing policy and technical issues that affect monitoring in all media and across all environmental programs.
NEMC is managed by the Independent Laboratories Institute (ILI) in association with the American Council of Independent Laboratories (ACIL) and Earl Hansen, ILI Chairman, under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The conference brings together scientists, analysts, engineers and managers from Federal and State agencies, the regulated community, and the laboratory and engineering support communities in an informal setting in the heart of our nation's capital.

Date: 25.07.2005 - 29.07.2005
National/International: National
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Wyndham City Center Hotel, 1143 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20037, USA
Contact: Policy Questions:
Joan Walsh Cassedy, CAE, Executive Director of the Independent Laboratories Institute
Phone: 202-887-5872, Ext. 106
Fax: 202-887-0021

Technical and Program Questions:
Earl Hansen, Program Manager
Phone: 574-514-7105 or 574-234-3442
Fax: 574-234-3066

Administrative Manager:
Janet S. Allen
Phone: 202-887-5872
Fax: 202-887-0021
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.nemc.us⁄index.cfm


This is the most important conference of the year if you are involved in procuring, generating, or using environmental analytical data. NEMC brings together scientists, analysts, engineers and managers from Federal and State agencies, the regulated community, and from the laboratory and engineering support communities in an informal setting on the edge of our nation's capital.
Mark your calendars (and bookmark this web site) and plan to attend if you:
 
  • are in a regulated industry that must conduct compliance monitoring;
  • are responsible for conducting environmental analyses or managing a laboratory;
  • are involved in procuring environmental analyses from commercial laboratories;
  • are involved in the development or evaluation of environmental monitoring technologies.
Along with 100 oral and poster presentations in this year’s conference, there will be optional short courses. With a growing Table Top Exhibition, this conference promises to be one of the most important technical events of the year for the laboratory industry and its clients. 

Deadlines

March 11,2005Submission of abstract
June 24,2005Advanced registration at reduced fee










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