2015 National Tanks Conference in Boston, MA

Attendee Registration

Exhibitor Registration

Conference Events


Highlights of this year’s conference activities:

Sunday, September 13, 2015
Sunday Pre-Conference Workshops: View descriptions of the in-depth pre-conference workshops offered this year on Sunday afternoon starting at noon. All workshops will be located in the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix Hotel.

An Evening at Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art : The social event will take place at the internationally acclaimed Heard Museum, one of the best places to experience the myriad cultures and art of American Indians of the Southwest. Located on Central Avenue in downtown Phoenix, the museum hosts 200,000 visitors a year and "provides Indian artists with a wonderful home that will excite and inspire visitors from around the world," according to Arizona Highways. The museum's 11 spacious exhibit galleries and beautiful outdoor courtyards feature outstanding traditional and contemporary American Indian art. The Heard Museum Shop offers an array of authentic Native art, while the Berlin Gallery features outstanding contemporary fine art for purchase.

Tours of the museum will be available for attendees along with a buffet dinner and cash bar. So plan on joining us Sunday, September 13th from 6-9 PM, to catch up with colleagues and meet new ones!


Monday, September 14, 2015
For the 25th National Tanks Conference & Expo, our Welcome Reception will be held Monday evening from 5:00 – 7:00 PM in the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix Hotel. The welcome reception is an opportunity to meet this year’s exhibitors and talk to poster presenters. Your conference badge is your ticket in!

Entire Conference
Exhibits from dozens of UST vendors, manufacturers, trainers, agencies, and organizations. The Exhibit Hall will be open.

The 25th National Tanks Conference and Expo will again host a Poster Session presenting new, exciting, and relevant research going on in the world of underground storage tanks. Join your peers and learn about their current projects, research, and UST, LUST, and state fund issues being worked on and studied around the country.