Product Stewardship cannot be achieved without the active participation of the public sector. As a government member, you can help to shift the responsibility for the finance and management of products at end-of-life from governments, to producers and consumers. This shift saves governments and taxpayers millions of dollars and lowers overall costs by designing more efficient programs. Start making a difference and help us allocate responsibility where it belongs. Read more about membership levels below.
State and Local Government Members
State Government members include state-level agencies, such as State Environmental Protection Agencies, Departments of Environmental Protection, and other state level agencies interested in product stewardship related initiatives. Local Government members include town, city, county, and other local-level agencies interested in product stewardship related initiatives.
Current State Members | Current Local Members | Member Benefits and Fees
Product Stewardship cannot be achieved without the active participation of the private sector. With our extensive membership base comprised of thousands of state and local government contacts, PSI is the conduit to key policy makers working towards national consistency and harmonization. As a PSI partner, your organization has access to a diverse stakeholder group and the ability to network and develop business opportunities within the product stewardship movement. There are many ways to stay connected and get involved. Become s partner today and join our growing community of leaders in the environmental field. Read more about the different partnership options below or view our partnership brochure.
Corporate partners include companies, consulting groups, or any private entity interested in product stewardship related initiatives. PSI offers two corporate partnership levels: Corporate Sustaining Partnership and Corporate Partnership.
Current Sustaining and Corporate Partners | Corporate Sustaining and Partner Benefits and Fees
Organizational partners include environmental and other organizational non-profit groups interested in product stewardship related initiatives. PSI offers two organizational partnership levels: Organizational Sustaining Partnership and Organizational Partnership.
Current Sustaining and Organizational Partners | Sustaining and Organizational Partner Benefits and Fees
Academic partners include colleges and universities interested in product stewardship related initiatives. PSI offers two Academic partnership levels: Academic Sustaining Partnership and Academic Partnership.
Current Sustaining and Academic Partners | Sustaining and Academic Partner Benefits and Fees
Non-US Government Partners
Non-US government partners include any government agency located outside of the U.S. interested in product stewardship related initiatives. PSI offers two Non-US Government Partnership levels: Non-US Government Sustaining Partnership and Non-US Government Partnership.
Current Sustaining and Non-US Government Partners | Sustaining and Non US-Government Partner and Fees
Individual and Sole Practitioner Partners
Individual Partnerships are available for persons not associated with either government, industry, or an organization who are interested in product stewardship related initiatives. Sole Practitioner Partnerships are available for individuals who independently own and manage a company or organization who are interested in product stewardship related initiatives.
Current Individual Partners | Individual and Sole Practitioner Partner Benefits and Fees