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Establish your organization as a key force in expediting and improving the environmental cleanup process.
ITRC welcomes companies and trade associations to its Industry Affiliates Program (IAP). IAP provides several important elements to the environmental site owner, consultant or technology developer:
- information exchange on the development and deployment of innovative environmental technologies
- participation in ITRC technical teams that produce technical regulatory guidance documents and training
Joining IAP allows your organization to:
- advance understanding of innovative environmental technologies and approaches
- anticipate important technical or regulatory developments
- improve decision making when innovative environmental technologies are used
- obtain regulatory consensus on appropriate innovative environmental technologies
- network with people from all aspects of the environmental community
- gain exposure in the environmental industry
All IAP members:
- receive public acknowledgement of their organization's support in ITRC literature and on the ITRC web site
- are provided with substantial discounts on ITRC meeting registration fees, classroom training sessions, and exhibit space at ITRC meetings
- are eligible for an ITRC Team recognition award based on exemplary service during the year (award provides a discount on IAP membership for the following year)
- have a direct line of communication with ITRC's Board of Advisors through the Board of Advisors Industry Representative
- have a mechanism to, as a group, review and comment on ITRC documents, training, and team proposals
Success Stories from IAP Members
Paul Favara, CH2M, says, "CH2M continues to support ITRC because it provides our technical staff a unique forum to collaboratively work with remediation industry stakeholders and solve some of the greatest challenges facing the remediation industry. Through ITRC’s collaborative working process, our staff is able to meet new people and develop career long relationships with other ITRC participants. By participating in ITRC workgroups, IAP members are exposed to a diversity of thought from regulators, site owners, vendors, and other consultants. Because there are so many different ways to contribute to various workgroups, all participants are able to have their work show up in the final work product, as long as they are inclined to put in the effort to provide a meaningful contribution. All CH2M staff who have participated in ITRC workgroups are eager to participate in future workgroups because they find the effort rewarding."
Nathan Hagelin, Amec Foster Wheeler, says, "We at Amec Foster Wheeler are committed to ITRC and its mission to promote sound science and technologies for solving difficult environmental challenges. We gladly participate in the IAP because it affords access to individuals representing diverse perspectives and helps us as a company not only share our expertise broadly in a collaborative environment, but also to stay ahead of developments on important emerging issues. We place members on each active team with the expectation that they will participate enthusiastically and carry back their learnings to our clients and employees. Being active in ITRC gives us a voice in the very guidance documents we will be using to solve our clients’ challenges."
Buddy Bealer, Shell, says, "ITRC’s consensus process brings stakeholders’ experience, challenges, and concerns to a common forum that encourages teamwork in finding solutions that work. What I find personally rewarding in working with ITRC is the opportunity to collaborate with smart, experienced people who have a mutual respect for the diverse perspectives that everyone brings to the table. Everyone is working towards a common goal – finding creative solutions to environmental challenges."
Listing of logos is for purposes of acknowledging private sector membership and support and does not constitute an endorsement of any organization or its products. ECOS, ERIS, ITRC, and member organizations do not intend to endorse nor attempt to determine the merits of any specific proprietary technology or process.