You can now join The Filtration Society or renew your membership online. Please use the links on this page. Once you have completed the details on the membership page you will then be redirected to our secure payment system where you can pay for your membership online by credit or debit card securely.
As a charitable, non-profit organisation, The Filtration Society exists to advance and disseminate knowledge in the design and use of filtration and separation techniques and keep its Members and Corporate Associates up to date with developments.
In addition to the tangible benefits listed below, all individual members have the opportunity to network with like minded individuals and enhance their technical understanding.
Membership of The Filtration Society is at two levels, Individual and Student/Retired.
This grade of membership is open to all individuals who have an interest in filtration and separation. Annual subscription £110 (tax deductible in the UK). Benefits include::
- Quarterly issues of FILTRATION, the international journal for filtration and separation. FILTRATION details Society news and events, industrial news and developments, technical papers and other articles of interest as well as new and original refereed research papers that cover the broad field of filtration, separation, clarification, dust control and related processes
- Reduced registration at all Society technical meetings
- A 50% discount on the Elsevier magazine Filtration and Separation and a 15% discount on other Elsevier Advanced Technology publications within the filtration and separation cluster.
- A 12.5% discount on ‘The Dictionary of Filtration and Separation’ and ‘Filter Design Software’. See the Filtration Solutions website for details.
Alternatively you can join the Society as an Individual Member using the forms below:
STUDENT (AND RETIRED) MEMBERSHIP
The student grade of membership is open to bona-fide undergraduate and postgraduate students. The retired membership is open to previous members of the Filtration Society who have now retired (Annual subscription £55). The benefits are the same as for members but include a concessionary registration rate for Society meetings.
Alternatively you can join the Society as a Student/Retired member using the forms below:
The Society also offers Corporate Association , a way for industry, commercial and research organisations and universities to become involved with the many activities of the Society.