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  • Chemical Business Association (CBA)
    CBA safeguards the interests of the chemical distribution industry. It provides advice to its members on a range of technical, commercial, legislative and environmental issues. Its members are involved in manufacturing, formulating, transport and warehousing, marketing and technical support....
  • Council for Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring (CoGDEM)
    CoGDEM represents the gas detection, gas analysis and environmental monitoring industry. Its aims to: • assist in the preparation of British, European and International Codes and Standards. • influence and monitor legislation • develop relations with government departments, certification bodies and trade associations • influence education and...
  • Environmental Services Association (ESA)
    ESA members provide waste and secondary resources management services to the public and private sectors. It also works with government, parliament and regulators to bring about a sustainable system of waste management in the UK....
  • Filtration Society
    The Filtration Society promotes the design and use of filtration and separation techniques in industry and commerce. Members include manufacturers, universities and research organisations as well as interested individuals and students....
  • Foundation for Water Research (FWR)
    FWR shares and disseminates knowledge about water, wastewater and researches related environmental issues....
  • GAMBICA Association
    GAMBICA is the trade association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology in the UK. The scope of the association covers the five principal sectors of the industry: industrial automation products and systems; process measurement and control equipment and systems; environmental analysis and monitoring equipment; laboratory...
  • Institute of Corrosion (ICorr)
    ICorr serves the corrosion science, technology and engineering community by raising awareness of corrosion at all stages of design, fabrication and operation. Membership is open to businesses within the corrosion industry as well as interested individuals....
  • Institute of Water (IWO)
    IWO is the only professional body concerned solely with the water industry. Formed in 1945, the purpose of IWO is to provide opportunities to help members increase their knowledge about topics that are crucial to the future success of the industry....
  • International Water Association (IWA)
    IWA connects water professionals worldwide to develop effective and sustainable approaches to water management. There are three types of members within the association: individual, corporate and governing....
  • Lift & Escalator Industry Association (LEIA)
    LEIA represents the lift and escalator industry. It offers advice on industry related statutory requirements and health and safety. Information is provided through workshops, seminars and reports. Its members supply passenger and service lifts, stair-lifts, home-lifts, lifting platforms, escalators and passenger conveyors. Members must hold ISO...
  • National Sewerage Association (NSA)
    NSA represents companies associated with the survey, operation, maintenance and renovation of sewers, drains and pipelines. It promotes networking and knowledge sharing among members, offers updates on relevant legislation and provides access to industry working groups including DEFRA and Energy and Utility Skills. It also acts as a focus for...
  • Pipe Jacking Association (PJA)
    The Pipe Jacking Association represents manufacturers, suppliers and contractors in the UK pipe jacking and microtunnelling industry. Membership is open to well established companies, both nationally and internationally. It works closely with the British Standards Institution, British Tunnelling Society, and the Health and Safety Executive....