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SETAC North America Sustaining and Affiliate Members are for-profit and nonprofit organizations, institutions, government agencies, or associations concerned with the affairs and purpose of the society and who wish to foster the Society's purposes.

Qualifications

  • Sustaining Member: A for-profit group, government agencies or an individual.
  • Affiliate Member: A non-profit group or academic institution.

SETAC North America Sustaining Members

ABC LaboratoriesAgilent TechnologiesBayer Crop Science
Cardno EntrixCDMCH2M Hill
ChevronCompliance Services
Copper Development Association
Dow
Dupont
ER Mancini
EA Engineering
EPRI
Environmental Enterprises
Exponent
FMC
GEI Consultants
Golder Associates
Monsanto
The Chlorox Company
Wind Ward Environmental




SETAC North America Affiliate Members

American Petroleum InstituteBaylor UniversityOregon State University
Texas TechSaskatchewan

Interested in Becoming a SETAC North America Sustaining or Affiliate Member?

Please contact Linda Fenner, linda.fenner@setac.org or +1 850 469 1500 ext. 108, for more information about our SETAC North America Sustaining and Affiliate Member Program.

Sustaining Member and Affiliate Program

The cost of the program is $2,500 for one year from the time you join and includes the following benefits:

  • Individual subscription to SETAC monthly journal, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C)
  • Individual subscription to SETAC quarterly journal, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM)
  • Listing in SETAC journals twice a year
  • Listing at SETAC North America annual meetings on signs, on the meeting website, and in the printed meeting program
  • 25% discount for online job ads in the SETAC Career Center (contact the SETAC office for instructions)
  • Invitation to the Sustaining Members and Affiliates Reception at the SETAC North America annual meeting for designated representative and up to two guests
  • Sustaining or Affiliate member plaque
  • Listing on SETAC website and a link to organization's website, if desired
  • Member discount on all publications

In addition to program benefits listed above, Sustaining Members receive:

  • Complimentary registration for Sustaining Member contact person and one additional complimentary meeting registration for an organization employee at SETAC North America annual meetings

In addition to program benefits listed above, Affiliate Members receive:

  • Preferred space in the Academic Displays area at SETAC North America annual meetings
  • SETAC North America annual meeting registration benefit (choice of benefits from options below):
  1. Complimentary registration for Affiliate Member contact person and 50% of listed fee for one additional organization employee
  2. Complimentary registration for Affiliate Member contact person and up to two student representatives (for academic institutions)
  3. Complimentary registration for up to six student representatives (for academic institutions)
    Students must be an active SETAC member.
  • Student membership discounts for academic institutions—one free membership for each two student memberships purchased (up to a maximum of 9 memberships total). All students must be from the same university campus and the group purchases, including the free memberships, must be made through a single transaction

Sustaining and Affiliate Member Exhibitor Program

The cost of the program is $3,500 for one year from the time you join. In addition to the base program benefits, it includes:

  • 10’ x 10’ exhibit space
  • In addition to the complimentary registration benefits of the Sustaining Member and Affiliates Program, you will receive badges for 2 additional booth staff (access to exhibit area only)
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