Benefits of Membership
The RDF Industry Group meets three times a year, providing an opportunity for discussion and knowledge-sharing between members. Within the Group, there are also a number of smaller working groups for members with particular interests, focusing on topics such as: fuel quality, logistics and operations, and the implications of Brexit. Group meetings also provide members with networking opportunities.
The Group also coordinates industry communication with government departments, environmental regulators and other industry stakeholders, both through formal consultation responses, dissemination of reports and presentations, and through informal discussions.
Members receive monthly updates covering the latest data on export trends and the latest news related to the industry.
A small annual membership fee gives members access to Group meetings, working groups, industry datasets, and additional resources and secretariat support.
The Group also offers an affiliate membership option, providing businesses involved in the waste-derived fuel supply chain the opportunity to benefit from being affiliated to the Group, monthly data and information updates, and accreditation with the RDF Industry Group Code of Practice.
How to Become a Member
We welcome new member requests and enquiries from anyone interested in the RDF Industry Group.
EnquireSubmit an enquiry if you’d like to find out more about becoming a member
ContactWe’ll provide further information and let you know what details you need to submit as part of your application
SubmitYou submit a formal application to become a member, which includes a summary of your organisation’s involvement in the sector
DecisionMembers will vote on new member applications after they are submitted
To apply, prospective members must submit a formal request to the secretariat outlining their credentials and detailing how they are positively engaged in the RDF supply chain. New applications must also be supported by one current member.