Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC)
The Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC) is comprised of more than 35 member companies representing suppliers of air pollution monitoring and control systems, equipment, and services for stationary sources in the U.S. and abroad. As a membership organization, ICAC provides its members with resources and tools to stay up-to-date on the latest industry news and provides forums for members to develop technology focused white papers, buying guides, and rule comments. ICAC collaborates with government, business, public, and private groups to ensure that the industry has an active voice and that its products and technologies are properly represented and understood.
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- Business Type:
- Professional association
- Industry Type:
- Air Pollution Treatment
- Market Focus:
- Internationally (various countries)
- Year Founded:
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Welcome to the Institute of Clean Air Companies
The Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC) is comprised of more than 35 member companies that represent suppliers of air pollution monitoring and control systems, equipment, and services for stationary sources in the U.S. and abroad.
For 60 years, ICAC has been the trusted voice of the clean air technology industry, providing members with opportunities to sharpen their market awareness and business planning through valuable engagement with
government agencies, NGOS, and other key stakeholders. Learn more.
As an active colleague in the air pollution control and monitoring technology sector working to ensure that your company and its technologies are best understood, we would like to invite you to become a member of ICAC and contribute to the conversation by sharing your expertise through our technical divisions. ICAC provides its members with the opportunity to engage in key industry issues through participation in ICAC Divisions. Divisions are led by specific regulatory drivers and are grouped by the most relevant industry topics affecting our member companies technologies.
ICAC Technical Divisions include:
To be the voice of the stationary source air pollution control and monitoring industry by providing technical information relevant to flexible clean air policies based on practical, achievable and measurable emissions limitations.
To achieve a balance between air quality and industrial growth by providing credible, high-quality technical information.
- To provide credible, high-quality, reliable information to government entities and relevant industry partners
- Encourage policies that are open to innovation and new technology
- Treat all stakeholders equally and with respect
Value Proposition of ICAC Membership:
- A forum for the lawful exchange of technical information and standards development
- Credible, influential representation of member interest in policy discussions
- Timely industry and regulatory information
- Venues for networking opportunities with decision makers in the APC industry
- Access to technical and regulatory experts
- Access to relevant governmental information on APC policy
- Technology forums
- And to represent the members to trade press and other media outlets
Industries ICAC Serves:• Emissions control technologies: VOC, SO2, NOx, PM, Hg, CO2, GHG, and air toxics
• Emissions measurement technologies: CEMS, PEMS, Portables, DAHS, etc.
• Leading manufacturers of industry equipment
• Providers of related advisory and implementation service
ICAC Members-Only Resources and Opportunities:
- Be part of the engaged and united voice of the emission control industry
- Engage policy makers and regulators – federal, state, and international levels
- Connect with the key stakeholders influencing public policy development
- Network with leaders in the emission control technology industry
- Sharpen your market insight with ICAC member resources including market
reports, webinars, and a weekly newsletter that provide industry news, regulatory updates, valuable data, and insider analysis
- Participate in one of the ICAC technical divisions to contribute to white papers and other technical documents, submit comments on regulations, attend meetings at national conferences, and more