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Environmental Data Summit

Tuesday, April 9th 8AM → 5PM

Most EHS conferences cater to the masses, with generic topics and little space for making connections. That’s why we've created an exclusive event with a clear focus: Improving the way we measure, report, and use environmental data in business.

Where environmental leaders in data-heavy industries get ahead

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Best practices and technologies for data collection

Learn how leading environmental teams are handling data collection, which technologies they're using, and how they got buy-in from corporate.

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Regulatory sessions with legal and legislative experts

Get the latest regulatory and legal updates directly from federal/state regulators and environmental lawyers.

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Compliance data and financial and program performance

Learn how to put your data to work so environmental isn't seen as a cost center, but a contributor to the bottom line.

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Hands-on workshops, so you go home with a plan of action

Put your new insights into action in three workshops moderated by subject-matter experts.

Learn and connect in small groups of subject-matter experts

We deliberately kept our Summit small, and it's what attendees love most. This fosters a comfortable atmosphere where everyone can share openly and gains real-world advice from over 40 peers.


Past attendees joined from companies such as

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What attendees say about our 2023 Summit

"It was nice how small the group of attendees was. I enjoyed the talks from regulators about the future of permits. I also loved learning about how people were using Mapistry in ways I never thought about."
Environmental Engineer
Building Materials
“Something I enjoyed most was the collective learning and collaborative nature of all the attendees at the Summit. It was never clear (in a good way) if someone was a speaker, a vendor, a user of Mapistry, or just another attendee; everyone was there to listen, to learn and to share. Also, it wasn’t rushed. There was time for speakers, time for questions, time for rabbit holes, and time for sidebar discussions. All of these lead to more organic and genuine discussions.”
Environmental Leader
Building Products
“It was a great place to get ideas and it was refreshing seeing how excited people were to be there”
Environmental Manager
Construction Materials
"This conference always delivers timely thought leadership and fun networking activities."
Jason Schmitz
Trinity Consultants
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Excellent ideas require an excellent venue

Trees Atlanta

The Trees Atlanta Kendeda TreeHouse is designed to connect interior and outdoor spaces with large windows that open onto expansive views of our native trees and plants.

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Delicious meals from Sun In My Belly Catering

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Great, affordable hotels directly in the neighborhood

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15 minutes from the airport

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Within driving distance from most of the Southeast

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Agenda and speakers

Monday, April 8th
6 PM
Welcome reception and dinner
Thai 26 Kitchen
Tuesday, April 9th
8:00 AM
Breakfast and registration
8:45 AM
9 AM
Data the C-Suite Needs to Get What YOU Need: How to share environmental data internally to drive the changes you are looking for within your company.
Mary Jo Press, Chief Safety Officer & EHS Director at Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America (HMGMA)
9:45 AM
Environmental Data Capture, Calculations & Analytics: A Look at Mapistry
Allie Janoch, CEO & Cofounder at Mapistry
10:30 AM
11 AM
The Compliance Lifecycle & Pressures on Environmental Leaders: Permitting, Compliance Testing, and Audit Data Trends
Premal Vora, Chief Strategy Officer at Alliance Technical Group
12 PM
1 PM
Workshop: How to deploy IoT devices for data capture in the field
Brooks Butler, Operations Director at Masen/Koch Industries, Formerly Director of Environmental Transformation at Georgia-Pacific (a Koch Industries company)
2 PM
Lightning Talk: How Trimac Transportation Uses Mapistry to Drive Results in their Environmental Program
Annie Rock-Rogers, Environmental Coordinator at Trimac Transportation
2:15 PM
Lightning Talk: Fence Line Monitoring Considerations for Particulates
Jiaxi Fang, CEO at Applied Particle Technology
2:40 PM
3 PM
What's Happening & What is Ahead: A Regulatory Update for Industrial Companies
Michelle Vinson, Regulatory Affairs Manager at Weyerhaeuser
4 PM
Lessons Learned Working with Environmental Data: What Works & Where it Goes Wrong
Robert Plybon, Environmental Engineer at EKI Environment & Water
5 PM
Reception & dinner
Boxcar Atlanta @ West End Brewery

Get your ticket

Your ticket includes meals and drinks, access to sessions, and networking events.


Discount ends

Mar 31

Use code: MAP100

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Thank you to our sponsors for making this event possible

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Frequently asked questions

If you have questions that aren't covered here, please email us at summit@mapistry.com

What's the dress code for the event?
Wear whatever you will be comfortable in, but most of us will be business casual (e.g., jeans and a nice top). Also, be sure to bring clothes that you'll be comfortable going out to dinner in.
Where should I stay?

There are hundreds of hotels in the area, but here are a few recommendations from our team:

What's included in my ticket?
Your ticket includes:

Not bad, eh?