Skip To The Main Content
September 12, 2017 | Concord, NH

  • Exhibits and demos
  • Salt reduction experts
  • Awards and recognition
Registration Open

Where Commercial Salt Applicators Come to Learn About Winter Property Management!

Join us for expert speakers in salt reduction practices, winter maintenance research, marketing, insurance and liability, liquid uses, interactive discussion sessions, and an awards presentation. The presentations are designed especially for anyone that contracts for snowplowing and deicing. This webpage is being provided at no cost by SIMA to support the program.

New Hampshire


Sponsors and Vendors

Gain critical exposure to the NH snow industry!
Learn more about becoming a vendor or sponsor here.
Questions? Email Patrick Woodbrey.



Registration is now open. Save money by registering before August 22nd, 2017! To register today, please click here.

NH Green Sno Pro

Get Certified

Learn more about the Green Snow Pro Certification and proactively manage salt effectively.

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 | Grappone Center in Concord, NH

Over 180 snow industry professionals representing 93 different companies attended the 2016 NH Salt Symposium. Don’t be left out in the cold this fall!

  • Vendor exhibits
  • Demonstrations
  • Expert speakers in salt reduction practices
  • Winter maintenance research
  • Business marketing
  • Insurance and liability
  • Liquid anti-icing
  • Interactive discussion sessions
  • Awards presentation


Postmarked before August 22nd, 2017: $75 per person
After August 22nd, 2017: $100 per person

Note: If you have three of more individuals from your company, there is a 20% discount for all attendees from the company.


outdoor demo
indoor roundtable
demo 2


Registration & Vendor Exhibits

7:30 - 8:30 am

Opening Remarks

8:30 - 9:00 am

Sergeant Mark Nash, New Hampshire Department of Safety

9:00 - 9:45 am

Sergeant Nash will provide insight into state regulations that affect the snow management industry including Proper load tie downs, pre-trip inspection review, safe driving etc.


9:45 - 10:15 am

Phill Sexton, Snow and Ice Management Association

11:15 am - 12:00 pm

Sustainable Winter Management
Phill will review his research completed in the snow and ice management industry across the US, focusing on sustainable winter management practices.

Lunch and Awards

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Daniel Gilliland, SnowEx

1:00 - 2:00 pm

How to Cut Cost and Grow Profits with Salt Brine
Daniel will present the key elements to implementing brine use into your winter operations, including looking at the cost savings associated with pretreating with brine.

Closing Remarks / Award Presentation

2:00 – 2:30 pm

Vendor Exhibits Outdoor Demonstrations

2:30 pm

Thanks to our sponsors:

This event made possible by...

UNH Technology Transfer Center (UNH T²)
Provides training and services to municipal employees, public and private road associations, and citizens, regarding new technologies and the management of roads and bridges. Learn more.

New Hampshire Business Leaders
The program wouldn't be possible without the commitment of proactive snow contracting businesses who see the value in reducing salt usage and managing liability. Thank you to those leading the change!
NH Department of Environmental Services
The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is to help sustain a high quality of life for all citizens by protecting and restoring the environment and public health in New Hampshire. Learn more.

Snow & Ice Management Association
SIMA is a non-profit trade association with a mission to empower snow & ice management for success. The organization provides education, certification, best practices, and events for snow professionals in the US and Canada. Learn more.

Check out pictures from last year...

TrainingGroup LiquidsRig LiquidsPickup LiquidsEquipment PlowEquipment Roundtable1 BirdsEye_Roundtables