Associations and Organizations

Corporate Associations

WPCA logo

Airflow Sciences Corporation is proud to be a member of the Worldwide Pollution Control Association (WPCA), an organization dedicated to "improving pollution control through better technical communication" by assembling a group of people and companies who are experts at some aspect of pollution control. The user advisory board gives this group direction and assistance in performing service to pollution control business throughout the world.

MMA logo

Airflow Sciences Corporation is proud to be a member of the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA), an organization that is devoted to promoting and maintaining a business climate favorable to industry. MMA’s goal is to make it possible for Michigan manufacturers to successfully compete in the national and international marketplace.

EDGE-IN logo

Airflow Sciences Corporation is proud to be a member of the EDGE Innovation Network, an organization that fosters continuous innovation and thought leadership from industry participants, academia and non-profit organizations to accelerate new technologies and innovative capabilities for warfighters and first responders.

LIFT logo

Airflow Sciences Corporation is proud to be a member of LIFT, an industry-led, government funded consortium. By reimagining processes and procedures, our highly linked and leveraged network is facilitating technology transfer into supply chain companies and empowering the lightweight metals workforce.

ICAC logo

Airflow Sciences Corporation has worked with the Institute of Clean Air Companies (ICAC), a national trade organization that represents suppliers of air pollution monitoring and control systems, equipment, and services for stationary sources in the U.S. and Canada. The ICAC has promoted the air pollution control industry and encouraged improvement of engineering and technical standards since 1960.

Professional Organizations

ASC individuals are members of several larger communities of professionals. These affiliations allow our engineers to remain current in their specific industries, expand their professional knowledge base, review industry standards and best-practices, and understand current and future political policies. For more information, including how to join, click on the organization name.