The Adhesive and Sealant Council (ASC)
ASC delivers career education, innovation collaboration, community knowledge sharing and a unified industry voice. Together, we accelerate the adoption of adhesives and sealants to strengthen our member businesses.
American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA)
Since 1936, AAMA has served as the leading trade association representing window, door, skylight, curtain wall and storefront manufacturers and their suppliers. AAMA provides support to members through standards development, educational resources, certification programs and code representation. AAMA is a strong advocate for manufacturers and professionals in the residential and commercial fenestration industry and continuously monitors legislative activities.
American Chemistry Council (ACC)
ACC represents the leading companies engaged in the business of chemistry. ACC members apply the science of chemistry to make innovative products and services that make people’s lives better, healthier and safer. ACC is committed to improved environmental, health and safety performance through Responsible Care®, common sense advocacy designed to address major public policy issues, and health and environmental research and product testing.
American Coal Ash Association (ACAA)
The mission of ACAA is to encourage the beneficial use of coal combustion products in ways that are protective of the environment, technically appropriate, commercially competitive, and supportive of a more sustainable society.
American Coatings Association (ACA)
ACA is a voluntary, nonprofit trade association working to advance the needs of paint and coatings manufacturers, raw materials suppliers, distributors, and technical professionals, serving as an advocate and ally for members on legislative, regulatory and judicial issues.
American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA)
ACMA represents an industry of some 3,000 manufacturers using glass and carbon fiber, functional fillers, and engineered polymers, to produce strong, lightweight and durable products such as residential kitchen and bath components; building cladding, facia and cornice; RF-transparent structures; window and door lineal; pipe and tanks for rainwater, drinking water and wastewater; and interior wall cladding for commercial kitchens and hospitals.
American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM)
AFPM is a trade association representing high-tech American manufacturers of virtually the entire U.S. supply of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, other fuels and home heating oil, as well as the petrochemicals used as building blocks for thousands of vital products in daily life.
American Supply Association (ASA)
ASA is a not-for-profit national organization serving wholesale distributors and their suppliers in the plumbing, heating, cooling and industrial (PHCP) and mechanical pipe, valves and fittings (PVF) industry. ASA provides a forum for trading partners from around the country to discuss critical issues facing them, and offers a menu of products and services uniquely geared to their needs.
Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association (ARMA)
The Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association (ARMA) is the North American trade association representing the manufacturers of asphaltic roofing materials for steep-slope and low-slope applications as well as the suppliers to the asphalt roofing industry.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations.
Chemical Fabrics & Film Association (CFFA)
CFFA is an international trade association of companies actively engaged in both the manufacture and sale of continuous web chemical fabrics or film. These companies manufacture chemical fabrics and film used in numerous applications such as contract upholstery, vinyl roofing, pool liners and transportation interiors. Suppliers of raw materials, equipment, or services to the industry are eligible for associate membership.
EPDM Roofing Association (ERA)
Supports science based, data driven approaches (in the field and in the laboratory) to research in the roofing industry. With members that manufacture both black and reflective roofing membranes, ERA is uniquely positioned to comment on roof selection and design. In particular, ERA supports the use of a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) when considering a choice for a sustainable roofing system.
EPS Industry Alliance (EPS-IA)
The EPS Industry Alliance is the North American trade association representing all aspects of the expanded polystyrene (EPS) industry. As a building and construction insulation product, EPS provides great performance at a price point that delivers quick return on energy efficiency investment. EPS-IA supports science based energy code development that advances building efficiencies and enables quick return on energy efficiency investment.
Epoxy Users and Stakeholders Alliance (EUSA)
EUSA is a coalition of epoxy manufacturers and users, focused on promoting the benefits and value of epoxy in key commercial applications through coordinated advocacy and communication efforts. EUSA implements communication strategies targeting downstream user and government groups to educate those stakeholders on the importance, safety, and efficacy of durable applications of epoxy resins.
Extruded Polystyrene Foam Association (XPSA)
The Extruded Polystyrene Foam Association (XPSA) is a trade association representing manufacturers of Extruded Polystyrene Foam (XPS) insulation products and the industry’s raw material suppliers. XPSA members collectively manufacture more than 95% of all XPS destined for use in the North American market. XPSA promotes the benefits that accrue to society from appropriate use of XPS foam insulation applications.
Flexible Vinyl Alliance (FVA)
FVA is a coalition of trade organizations, materials suppliers, compounders, formulators, molders and fabricators, who are currently concerned with regulatory and legislative attempts to debate, limit or “de-select” flexible vinyl products in commerce. The FVA provides messaging and advocacy on the proven safety, economy and utility of flexible PVC, a material used in a wide range of health care, recreational, military, automotive, building, flooring, construction and packaging applications.
Established in 1956, IAPD represents plastics distributors, fabricators, manufacturers, manufacturers’ representatives, recyclers and service providers who provide sustainable building materials, piping, daylighting options, security and more to the construction industry, among other markets for plastics.
Industrial Minerals Association – North America (IMA-NA)
IMA-NA is the representative voice of companies which extract and process a vital and beneficial group of raw materials known as industrial minerals. Industrial minerals are the ingredients for many of the products used in everyday life, and our companies and the people they employ are proud of their industry and the socially responsible methods they use to deliver these beneficial resources.
International Sign Association (ISA)
ISA represents manufacturers, suppliers and users of on-premise signs and sign products. ISA supports, promotes and improves the worldwide sign industry through advocacy, education and training, and an International Sign Expo.
Metal Construction Association (MCA)
MCA is an organization of manufacturers and suppliers whose metal wall and roofing components are used in buildings throughout North America. Its mission is to grow the use of metal through market development, education, technical programs, and selective action on public policies that affect the use of metal in building projects.
National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA)
NAPA represents the interests of asphalt pavement producers and paving contractors on the national level. Since 1955, NAPA has supported an active research program about engineering, technical, and environmental issues to improve the quality of asphalt pavements and paving techniques. NAPA also promotes the sustainable aspects of asphalt, the most recycled and reused material in the U.S.
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
NAM is the largest manufacturing association in the United States, representing manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. Manufacturing has a presence in every single congressional district providing good, high-paying jobs.
National Hispanic Landscape Alliance (NHLA)
The NHLA is a trade association that advances the interests of the more than 500,000 Hispanic families that depend on the landscape industry for their livelihood. Among its many activities, the NHLA promotes the environmental and human health benefits of lawns, and the measurement of input use and ecosystem service value as key to any true sustainability program for landscapes.
National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association (NLBMDA)
NLBMDA represents its members in the national public policy arena, with emphasis on efforts to 1) promote the industry and educate legislators and public policy personnel; and 2) assist legislative, regulatory, standard-setting and other government or private bodies in the development of laws, regulations and policies affecting lumber and building material dealers, its customers and suppliers. Founded in 1917, the association has over 6,000 members operating single or multiple lumber yards and component plants serving homebuilders, subcontractors, general contractors, and consumers in the new construction, repair and remodeling of residential and light commercial.
National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA)
Established in 1886, NRCA is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected trade associations. NRCA’s mission is to inform, promote, and assist the roofing industry, while acting as its principal advocate. NRCA represents all segments of the roofing industry, including contractors, manufacturers, distributors, designers, and building owners. NRCA has approximately 4,000 contractors in all 50 states who are typically small businesses, with the average member employing 45 people and attaining sales of about $4.5 million per year.
Pavement Coatings Technology Council (PCTC)
PCTC is a 501(c)(6) trade association founded in 2008 by manufacturers of pavement coatings products and their suppliers. PCTC’s mission is to improve business conditions of the pavement coatings industry. To accomplish its mission, PCTC funds research on issues critical to the industry, provides opportunities for education and improvement for member companies and paving contractors, development of standards and guidelines for the proper use of pavement coatings and provides information about pavement coatings to government officials and regulatory authorities.
Plastic Pipe & Fittings Association (PPFA)
PPFA is a voluntary, non-profit organization of North American companies primarily engaged in the manufacture of plastic pipe and fittings for plumbing and piping applications typically installed on the building premises. PPFA promotes and defends plastic piping systems governed by construction codes. PPFA advances its mission by promoting a regulatory environment in which the superior value of plastic piping products is recognized, providing users with relevant information and promoting an understanding of the environmental impact and benefits of thermoplastic piping products.
Polyisocyanurate Insulation Manufacturers Association (PIMA)
For over 25 years, PIMA, a two time USEPA award recipient, has served as the unified voice of the rigid polyiso industry proactively advocating for safe, cost-effective, sustainable and energy efficient construction. Polyiso is one of the nation’s most widely used and cost-effective insulation products available.
Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI)
The mission of the RFCI is to enhance the long-term growth and well being of the North American resilient floor covering industry. This mission is accomplished by leveraging collective member resources to address industry issues and opportunities that exceed the scope of any single member company, and offer potential benefit for the common good of the industry.
Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association (RCMA)
The Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association (RCMA) is the national trade association representing the manufacturers of bituminous and non-bituminous roof coatings and the suppliers to the roof coatings industry.
Single Ply Roofing Industry (SPRI)
SPRI is the trade association representing the manufacturers of sheet membrane roofing system and the related component suppliers. It provides a forum for members to focus their collective knowledge and efforts on critical issues which enables the membership to operate more effectively in the marketplace and to provide credible data to support technical solutions to the roofing industry and code body issues.
Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA)
SOCMA is the leading trade association representing the specialty, batch and custom chemical manufacturing industry. From pharmaceuticals to cosmetics, soaps to plastics and all manner of industrial and construction products, SOCMA members make materials that make our standard of living possible. Over 70% of SOCMA’s active members are small businesses.
Society of Plastics Industry (SPI)
Founded in 1937, SPI is the plastics industry trade association representing the third largest manufacturing industry in the United States. SPI’s member companies represent the entire plastics industry supply chain, including processors, machinery and equipment manufacturers and raw materials suppliers.
Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA)
SFPA is a nonprofit trade association that has represented manufacturers of Southern Pine lumber since 1915. Today, SFPA is the leading source of information about Southern Pine products for design/build professionals and consumers.
Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA)
SPFA is the premiere organization representing contractors, manufacturers, and the complete value chain of spray polyurethane foam on safety, technical, educational, advocacy, promotional and other issues. SPFA offers superior training opportunities for the industry’s contractors, delivers an annual conference and expo serving SPF professionals, utilizes its exceptional partnerships in industry to deliver various services for its members, and is the unified voice for SPF on insulation, roofing and other applications.
Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA)
SIPA is a non-profit association representing manufacturers, suppliers, dealer/distributors, design professionals, and builders committed to providing quality structural insulated panels for all segments of the construction industry. SIPA provides industry-wide marketing, technical research, and educational resources for both builders and design professionals.
Treated Wood Council (TWC)
TWC is an international trade association serving the treated wood industry on government affairs issues with more than 475 member organizations.
Vinyl Building Council (VBC)
The mission of the Vinyl Institute’s VBC is to champion the use of vinyl building products throughout North America’s building and construction industry by promoting vinyl‘s economic, environmental, societal benefits. The major focus of the VBC will be raising the vinyl industry‘s “collective voice” in advocating for vinyl product solutions.
Vinyl Institute (VI)
VI is dedicated to enhancing the growth, and protecting the stature of the vinyl industry. VI serves as the collective voice for the vinyl industry; engaging industry stakeholders in shaping the future of vinyl.
Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI)
VSI located in Washington, D.C., is the trade association for manufacturers of vinyl and other polymeric siding and suppliers to the industry. VSI is the sponsor of the VSI Product Certification Program and the VSI Certified Installer Program.
Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA)
WDMA is the premier trade association representing the leading U.S. manufacturers of windows, doors and skylights. WDMA advances industry through regulatory and legislative advocacy, promoting product performance, providing education and information and facilitating relationships among manufacturers and suppliers.