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Relations Programs actively monitor and address actions by
the Congress, including the those relating to the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA,
Superfund, and OSHA.
- Regulatory Initiatives are enacted to assist the EPA and other Federal agencies in rulemaking regarding environmental, safety, and health issues.
- Quarterly Statistical Reports are prepared on the production, distribution, and inventory levels of foundry coke, furnace coke, other industrial coke, and breeze; and on the quantity and quality of tar produced and sold.
- Safety Statistical Reports record injury/illness rates for coke producers and tar distillers. The Max Eward Safety Award is presented annually to the coke plant with the best safety record in the industry.
- Benchmarking Reports are prepared on various items, including wages, heatlh-care benefits, fringe benefits, workers' compensation, and energy utilization.
- Coke Capacities Surveys document the total production capabilities of foundry and furnace coke plants in the U.S.
- Semiannual ACCCI Meetings provide members with updated market information, and with opportunities to discuss industry issues and network with their colleagues.
Metallurgical Coke Producers
- Tar Distillers
- Metallurgical Coal Producers
- Sales Agents/Brokers
- Chemical Producers/Processors
- Industry Suppliers
- Associate/Academic Individuals
2016 MEMBERSHIP DUES SCHEDULE
Based on 2015 Production
< 30,000,000 gallons: $ 3,500
30,000,000 to 75,000,000 gallons: $ 7,000
>75,000,000 gallons: $22,000
Metallurgical Coal Producers
Based on 2015 sales:
<100,000 tons or under 10,000,000 gallons: $ 2,300
> 100,000 tons or 10,000,000 gallons: $ 4,600
Other Industry Suppliers
Associate Members (Individuals of Member Companies)
Membership dues are prorated annually.
CLICK HERE FOR MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM
This page last updated
January 11, 2016