Membership information

The benefits of BGA membership

As the leading authority in the geomembrane sector, the BGA offers a wealth of benefits for its members.

The BGA Logo

Our logo is a ‘badge of excellence’ that asserts your professionalism and credibility. It is recognised throughout the geomembrane industry.

A voice for the industry

The BGA is an industry voice on behalf of its members, to forward their interests and raise awareness of their professionalism. Our work includes responding to consultations, lobbying on key topics, working with government departments, participating in strategic working groups and contributing to the development of industry standards.

BGA  members lead the way in raising standards across the industry through the development of Codes of Practice and other technical documents, and best practice guidance.

Connect with customers

The BGA members database connects customers seeking reputable and technically proficient professionals to BGA members delivering services. Customers also contact the BGA directly looking for service providers.

Regular industry updates

Members directly receive regular updates on issues and news relevant to their industry to keep them up to date and informed.

Training and certification

Members have access to industry specific training at a discounted rate

Discounted contractual training courses

Technical help

Members have access to a wealth of the most-up-to-date technical documents.

Access to Advice lines:

Contractual and Legal advice line

Employment issues advice line 

Health & Safety  advice line

PPE advice line

Credit checks – free

Construction Industry Publication discounts 

30% discount on the Construction Health & Safety Manual and Construction Environmental Manual

BGA membership prices

Corporate membership


(Plus a one off joining fee of £500+vat)

Organisations whose primary function is the manufacture or installation of Geomembrane Barriers.

(Installation companies must be willing to undertake the BGA’s independently audited company accreditation scheme.)  

Associate membership


Organisations whose activities are allied to but do not fit the category of Corporate members. Associate members may attend all meetings but do not have a vote in the business of the Association.

Individual membership


Individuals who have experience in the activities of the Association and are not part of a corporate entity which meets the criteria for other categories.

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