Utilities

Utilities are public and tribal wastewater treatment agencies in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, Alberta and British Columbia with existing or future biosolids management responsibilities. Members pay a tiered annual membership dues based on an individual agency's annual biosolids production. Members are granted voting privileges in the Association and may serve on the Board of Directors.

Very Small (less than 250)
$250

Small (251-500)
$0.80/dry ton biosolids 

Medium (501-1000)
$0.60/dry ton biosolids 

Large (1001-5000)
$0.40/dry ton biosolids 

Very Large (more than 5001)
$0.20/dry ton biosolids 

Companies

Companies are any non-public organizations, such as engineering firms and biosolids management companies. Companies pay flat annual membership dues and are entitled to all rights of membership. They may serve on committees and as ex-officio members of the Board of Directors.

$500 annual fee

Supporting Organizations

Supporting organizations include any organization with existing or future biosolids management interests who do not meet the qualifications for members. Such associate members shall be entitled to all rights of membership. 

Associate Utilities
$250 annual fee
See utility membership fee structure.  Any organization with existing or future biosolids interests who do not meet the qualifications for utilities.

Non-profits
$250 annual fee

Regulators
$250 annual fee

 

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