Membership to ACLCA in South Australia is open to businesses on individuals that can demonstrate that their:
- primary business is consulting to external clients; and
- business activities include a substantial practice in land contamination management, with specialist environmental staff employed to perform full-time in the area of land contamination management.
Membership applications will be reviewed by ACLCA's Membership and Ethics Sub-Committee.
This sub-committee will make a recommendation to the Executive Committee for approval of membership, or otherwise. Provided that the required information is submitted with the initial application, this process usually takes about 1-2 months.
Please contact the Secretariat for membrship fee breakdown for the below categories:
|No. of Staff*|
Sole Practitioner, Company or Other Entity with no Employees;
Company or Other Entity with 1 – 4 Employees;
Company or Other Entity with 5 – 14 Employees;
|Company or Other Entity with more than 14 Employees|
* Full-time equivalent staff working in contaminated land practice.
Note: ACLCA is not registered for GST.
Associate membership is open to those individuals or companies who are involved in the contaminated land industry who are not directly, currently consulting. The associate membership allows these people access to the ACLCA network.
Associate Member means: a natural person or organisation that does not meet the normal qualifications to become a Member (as per Rule 4.1 of the Constitution) but has been deemed by the SA Committee to hold appropriate qualifications and / or experience in the industry for inclusion in this membership category.