The Environmental Consultants’ Association (ECA) is the professional body representing commercial environmental consultants throughout Western Australia. Full, Corporate & Associate membership of the Association is available to commercial environmental consultants who possess the appropriate qualifications and experience. The ECA represents the interests of its members and promotes development of the environmental consulting industry. All members shall accept and uphold the ECA’s Code of Conduct.
Individuals with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in provision of professional environmental consulting services;
Substantially engaged in a professional environmental consulting role;
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Individuals or organisations wishing to remain informed about the activities of the ECA;
Includes those that engage with the environmental consulting industry and other organisations such as government agencies, other professional organisations, universities, not-for-profit groups etc
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Please select the appropriate membership category below and a list of relevant fields will be displayed.
The application can be saved and completed in stages. In the green banner at the bottom input your email address and click ‘save draft’.
If applying for service categories, review the Membership Assessment Rules [PDF]. Please carefully consider which categories to apply for by reviewing our definitions. For some categories there may be some elements that are common to most roles such as data management and project management. Applications for such categories will only be successful where it can be proven that this is the primary service of the applicant.
All service category nominations will be considered by the Membership Sub-committee with regard to internally established standards. If those standards are not demonstrated in the application then further information may be requested, or the application may be rejected.