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From IACCC Executive Director Jack Bean:
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions at refineries by 20%
Increase renewable electricity by more than the existing 50% statewide requirement
Cut greenhouse gas emissions at oil and gas fields by at least 25%
Increase use of low-emission diesel fuels
Reduce amount of driving across the state
Cut organic waste going into landfills by 75%. Increase landfill fees
Deploy more than 100,000 zero emission vehicles operating by 2030
Implement rules to require state pension funds to sell holdings in coal producing companies
Modify the cap-and-trade auction system so that it covers the entire energy sector
Alter environmental rules to increase density in residential neighborhoods.
We will be defending and promoting the benefits of good manufacturing jobs and the services provided
by manufacturers in the Bay Area. Advocacy will be a major focus of the Industrial Association in 2017.
We will be involved with getting government and business in the Bay Area to correct any unfair or
harmful regulations or legislation affecting people in the industrial and business sector within our
community through a strong and vocal voice of our membership.
We will be putting out a quarterly newsletter highlighting events and issues to our membership. We will
encourage our membership to submit topics that might affect our membership; example: New or
changes proposed to existing Regulations and Legislation that will affect our members.
During a recent review of the membership of the Association by the Board of Directors, it was
determined that our entire membership categories inadequately suit our membership dues and our
holding the line on continued increased costs over the years are now not covering the associations
business needs. Beginning on January 1, 2017, all levels of membership dues will be increased and will
be reclassified to a single paying level as follows:
Affiliate Members: at an annual rate of $300 with 10 or less employees plus optional $100 for web link
Associate Members: at an annual rate of $700 with less than 100 employees.
Regular Members: at an annual rate of $2,000 with less than 200 employees.
Major Large Companies: Manufacturing/Industrial facilities such as Refinery’s that have over 200
employees at an annual rate of $5,800. That evens out the membership fees for those large Companies.
Our monthly forum costs will go from $35 membership to $40. Non-Membership will stay at $45 and
$50 at the door without prior notification.
We have been working hard on getting all our membership on one billing cycle, a level paying field and
sufficient funds to cover costs of the association and continue representing your best interests in the 9
Bay Area Counties. The Member categories were originally created in order to encourage all types of
business categories. Over the years we have become a more integrated component of our local
industrial economy. We have held the line on membership dues over the past few years and forum costs
while incurring increased costs of forums, insurance, credit card fees etc. We are confident that you will
enjoy the privileges and benefits that come with Membership in the Industrial Association and we will
continue to work hard to protect your jobs and economy.
Please contact our Executive Director if you have any questions regarding your dues for 2017.
Industrial Association Board of Directors/Executive Officer Jack Bean
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Events for 2017
Visit the events calendar and get involved in the IACCC's monthly events.
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