Five Reasons to be an ECTC Member
Make a difference
Become an ECTC member and be part of the most influential voice in the erosion control industry. ECTC has developed specifications for erosion control products that are adopted by specifiers and used to categorize products. ECTC members set the standards the rest of the industry follows.
Advance the industry.
ECTC promotes the use of rolled erosion control products, hydraulic erosion control products, and sediment retention fibers rolls by placing stories and articles in magazines and websites that specifiers and contractors use to educate themselves on erosion techniques.
Interact with other industry professionals
ECTC meetings provide you with the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with other attendees. ECTC uses e-mail as its primary communication tool between meetings; however, in-person interaction is still a powerful way to increase your business.
Increase your influence
Being an ECTC member lets your customers know that you belong to an organization dedicated to educating customers about the advantages of using engineered erosion control solutions to solve their erosion problems.
Learn what the innovative leaders know
ECTC will help keep you in touch with what is happening with legislative and regulatory issues that affect the erosion industry. We send this information out as it becomes available.
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Company Listing on ECTC website & link to your company website.
Help direct the development of specifications and installation guidelines for HECPs, SRFRs, and RECPs
Vote at Committee Level (Tier 1)
Invitation to open meetings of the Association (excludes Board of Directors & Directing Members meetings)
Use of ECTC logo on company literature & promotional pieces
Vote at Associate Directing and Directing Member level (Tier 2)
Candidate for Board of Directors seats
Participant in the Market Data survey and vote on respective market data issues
Product listing on ECTC.org website for the Product Selection & Design Tool