Clear Water strives to be updated with the best products, technologies and best management practices in industry; therefore, Clear Water has many affiliations with a variety of organizations located in the northwest and across the United States. A few of our memberships are listed below:
Clear Water has been a member, sponsor and contributor of NEBC since 2006. NEBC has been a non-profit trade association since 1996. This organization is on the front line for science-based regulation, supportive policies and tax structures, and adoption of best management practices.
Clear Water Services as a company has been affiliated with SAME since 2015. However, some of our Clear Water staff have been members of the organization since the early 2000’s. SAME leads collaborative efforts to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges. According to their Mission Statement, “SAME is recognized as the multi-disciplined integrator of military, public, private, and academic national infrastructure-related capabilities to produce viable solutions for America’s national security.” To Clear Water, SAME is valued as an organization that provides a collaborative forum between government / state / municipal / local / ports / utility districts and private sectors.
Clear Water started attending the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) conference in 2015 and became a member in 2017. As a professional member association dedicated to the advancement of stormwater quality, CASQA has been the front runner on industrial, construction and municipal environmental regulation since 1989.
As mentioned on ISRI’s website, The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI), “serves its membership through education and advocacy concerning the issues that define the scrap recycling industry”. Clear Water Services has been affiliated with IRSI since early-2012 and stands by ISRI’s values of “strengthening the economy, protecting the environment, and providing a safe workplace”. Through ISRI’s association, Clear Water has developed and will continue to develop many valuable relationships and connections with processors and consumers of the scrap metal industry.