ADVANCING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Metal Finishers Association of California members are leaders of the surface finishing industry and key participants in regulatory and legislative advocacy. The Metal Finishers Association of California is instrumental in developing training and standardized practices that ensure industry viability and sustainability. The Metal Finishers Association of California provides invaluable networking opportunities and insight into industry activities and developments, including important tools for contingency planning and the promotion of environmental stewardship. Membership in the Metal Finishers Association of California benefits individuals, companies, and the entire industry.
We invite you to become active in our Association and enjoy access to the resources and information you need to stay up-to-date on the latest developments and issues in our industry. As member of the Metal Finishers of California, you’ll receive a host of benefits that will make a difference in your business and in your industry.
ADVOCACY AND POLITICAL ACTION
In an ever expanding regulatory environment it is critical to interface with policy makers and regulators so that we can educate them on our processes, inform them as to the importance of our production to the end products that society uses every day from electronics to aerospace, aviation and all transportation modes, defense and a host of commercial products such as furniture, appliances, fixtures and so much more. We track legislation and regulations and comment and testify to give perspective and make sure that we do our utmost to avoid the often unintended consequences of well-meaning policy makers.
LATEST NEWS AND HAPPENINGS
November 29, 2017 8th Work Group Meeting Notes for AQMD 1469 AQMD acknowledge receiving letter for metal finishes association November 13, 2017 on par 1469 letter addressed points of concern: Chrome tank test data fugitive air emission ambient monitoring near metal finishers prohibition of air sparging freeboard height
MFASC held their annual Legislative Update Dinner Meeting on November 15, at Stevens Steak House. Attendees had the opportunity to network with other colleagues, enjoy a nice dinner and listen to an informative presentation on State and National issues. MFASC Executive
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has sent a pollution prevention (P2) benchmarking survey to NASF job shop members.
As one of the largest NASF chapters, the Metal Finishers of Southern and Northern California are known for their innovative and thought-provoking educational programming; impactfull community outreach initiatives; high energy networking events and engaging sponsorship opportunities.