How to become e member
When you apply for a CSC certification in the Toolbox you are presented with the option to become a member of the Concrete Sustainability Council. Doing this is not mandatory. You can enter the certification process without being a member. But membership does of course has its benefits. Your organisation will be listed as a member on our website, in our articles, our newsletter, our letters to stakeholders, our presentations and our other communications. You will also receive the CSC Member logo to use on your own communication. You get 15 percent discount on the CSC fees and you become part of the organisation’s support group.
Benefits of membership
- You can participate to the General Assembly and have a larger influence
- You become part of the organisation’s support group
- You get 15% discount on the CSC fees
- Have your voice heard regarding sustainability in the industry
Benefit from a network of national and international experts in the construction industry.
Become a member and further develop the CSC Technical Manual which is restricted exclusively to CSC members participating in the Technical Committee.
The annual membership fees are:
For civil society organisations
for national or regional industry associations
of concrete or concrete constituent producers
for certification bodies
for concrete or concrete
for Global industry associations
of concrete or concrete
for private individuals
for companies that do not produce
concrete or concrete constituents
for Global, national or regional
industry associations that do
not represent concrete or
concrete constituent producers
VAT is added if applicable.
The annual membership fee has to be paid within 30 days after invoicing. New members have to pay the pro rata membership fee for the current fiscal year within 30 days after invoicing.
Code of conduct
The adherence of members to the Concrete Sustainability Council Antitrust Code of Conduct is fundamental to the integrity, credibility and succes of the organisation. A violation of the CSC Code of Conduct may lead to the termination of membership.