Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities


Whether you are looking to exhibit at a specific IECA event, or are interested in maximizing your brand exposure throughout the entire calendar year through one of our Partnership programs, IECA has multiple opportunities to accommodate a range of budgets to help meet your marketing and branding needs.


Annual Conference

Environmental Connection is the largest gathering of erosion and sediment control professionals from around the world. With the increase of enforcement of regulations, there is no better time to be a manufacturer or supplier of erosion control and stormwater products. Show your product to the engineers who specify its use, the contractors who buy and use it, and the regulators who monitor the sites - all at one show. Don't miss this chance to capture your share of this growing market—join us in Atlanta, Georgia February 21-24, 2017.


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MS4 Conference


Hosted by EPA Region 4, IECA Region One and Southeast Chapter of IECA, the Fourth Annual Municipal Wet Weather Conference is recognized as a key industry event, with over 200 expected attendees, stormwater managers, city/county professionals, designers, engineers, consultants, contractors and distributors. With over three (3) hours of face time, the exhibitor area located in the lobby, will be centrally located to sessions, meals and will host the exhibitor reception and door prize drawings. A great place to gather and network.

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IECA Roadshow


Each year the International Erosion Control Association and our chapters sponsor a series of one-day workshops around the country called roadshows. IECA Roadshows provide you quality education from a national, state and local perspective. The content is area specific and will address issues related to stormwater management that affect those who coordinate and manage stormwater programs.




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I first launched my product with a presentation at the national IECA conference in 1996 and exhibited my skimmer at the trade show the next year. I never imagined at that time my skimmer would turn into a successful business venture but IECA’s national and chapter meetings have been an effective means of reaching engineers, regulators, environmental advocates and other users. 
Warren Faircloth - J.W. Faircloth & sons, Inc.

IECA is the foremost organization for those involved in or concerned about soil erosion control. Membership (in IECA) tells others you take erosion control seriously and you want to help make a difference.

Scott Velting, CPESC, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA