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Member Benefits

Join ICAC and gain access to these valuable benefits:

Advocacy

  • ICAC serves as a national authority on clean air technologies, advocating the interests of its members on Capitol Hill.
  • ICAC promotes a better understanding of the industry and the technological solutions it offers.

Enhanced Business Parterships

  • ICAC champions its members’ capabilities and products to federal, regional, and state officials, providing solutions that integrate members’ technologies and services.
  • ICAC increases member companies’ exposure through a searchable online buyer’s guide, member directory, member case studies, conferences and workshops.

Media Relations

  • ICAC is a key source for the media on industry matters. ICAC staff writes articles, issues press releases, and provides background, explanatory, and corrective data for news stories and investigations.
  • ICAC also promotes member companies’ technologies and services in trade journals, white papers, and other publications.

Timely, Relevant Updates

  • ICAC provides members with up-to-the-minute briefs on key policy, regulatory, and technical developments.
  • ICAC enlists respected experts for insight on key issues, regulatory matters, and market trends.
  • ICAC issues a weekly executive summary, which provides an update on current regulatory business drivers.
  • ICAC also provides periodic in-depth reports and policy and technical briefings.
  • ICAC presents members with an annual air pollution control market survey, which includes four-year projections of major control and measurement categories, historical statistics, tables, graphs, and commentary on developing markets.

Opportunities to Influence the Industry

  • ICAC encourages members to assist in bringing positive and valuable change to the industry by getting involved with ICAC technical divisions and associated publications, such as division whitepapers. Members contribute to the development of industry standards and brief government decision-makers and industry groups. ICAC technical divisions include:
    • Emissions Measurement
    • Industrial Source Control (includes Air Toxics/VOC Control)
    • Integrated Control (includes Particulate and SO2 Control)
    • Mercury Control
    • NOx Control
    • Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Control
  • ICAC members also work on projects and publications that promote a greater understanding of industry technologies and capabilities.
  • The ICAC Annual Meeting offers opportunities for members to work with peer companies, broaden their business networks and discuss key issues.

Membership Information

ICAC offers two types of membership:

  • Regular Members: Any person, firm, corporation, subsidiary or division of a corporation engaged, through sales, manufacturing or processing activities, in the design and/or supply of air pollution control systems, equipment, or processes, (including monitoring equipment or systems) shall be eligible to become a Regular Member of this Institute, provided it demonstrates  a performance capacity and financial responsibility as deemed by the Board of Directors to be reasonable and appropriate, agrees to promote the purposes of the Institute as set forth in the Certificate of Incorporation and to abide by the Bylaws and other rules of the Institute.
  • Associate Members: Any contractor, supplier of equipment components, reagents or repair services or consultants to the air pollution control industry shall be eligible for Associate membership. Associate Members shall not hold office or be entitled to vote except as may be specifically authorized herein.  An applicant for Associate membership which is otherwise eligible for Regular membership must instead apply for Regular membership.

Regular members and associate members enjoy similar benefits, except associate members receive the summary version of the annual market forecast and may only hold up to three seats on the ICAC Board of Directors.

Membership Dues:

Membership dues are tiered based on the member companies’ projected annual air pollution control sales revenue as follows:

Membership Dues for Regular Members

Dues Category by Member’s Sales Revenue Total ICAC Annual Dues
Less than $5 Million $ 5,000
$5-10 Million $ 7,000
$10-20 Million $10,000
$20-30 Million $14,000
$30-40 Million $18,000
$40-50 Million $22,000
$50-75 Million $27,000
$75-100 Million $32,000
$100-125 Million $37,000
$125-150 Million $42,000
Greater than $150 Million $52,000

Membership Dues for Associate Members

Dues Category by Member’s Sales Revenue Total ICAC Annual Dues
Academics and Consulting Firms with 3 Employees or Fewer $1,500
Less than $500,000 $2,000
$500,000-$2 Million $3,000
$2-10 Million $4,000
Greater than $10 Million $5,000

Membership Dues and Payment

Each ICAC member company is requested to self-categorize their membership dues level at the end of the prior calendar year. The dues categories are considered commitments that are then used in the aggregate to support the ICAC budget in its following fiscal year. The ICAC fiscal year runs from July 1st through June 30th. Because self-categorization becomes a commitment, the Membership Dues Form needs to be completed by the company’s corporate or alternate ICAC representative, or an authorized person in the company. The category each member selects is confidential, with invoicing handled exclusively by ICAC headquarters staff.

Air Pollution Control Sales Revenue is defined as: "Gross receipts, less returns and allowances, from a member's air pollution control and monitoring business as would be reported on federal income tax returns (or percentage completion amount as appropriate)." Please note that "air pollution control sales revenue” as defined above includes proceeds to a U.S. or Canadian office from offshore projects booked through the U.S. or Canadian office, and business volume from all sources in air pollution control, regardless of whether these are reported as bookings. Examples of items included in "air pollution control sales revenue” in addition to air pollution control system sales are license fees, spare parts, service, and monitoring equipment revenues. Annual Projected Sales Revenue is for the 12-month period typically from January 1 through December 31 of a calendar year.

Invoice and Payment Methods

Invoices are sent out in June for the upcoming ICAC fiscal year. Regular members with total payments of $14,000 and greater can be invoiced for either the full dues amount or elect to have the assessment portion of their payment invoiced quarterly Payment by check is preferred, with checks made payable to the Institute of Clean Air Companies. Payment may also be made using American Express, Visa, or MasterCard.

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