CalCIMA Introduces Climate Technology Membership Designation

We are excited to announce the formation of a new membership category and designation: Climate Technology (Climate Tech). The Climate Tech category recognizes members leading the way in developing and producing new low-carbon technologies and products.  (Read more)
We are looking to engage the brightest minds in the industry working to increase recycling and advance alternative processes and materials - all designed to reduce waste, lower emissions, and fulfill the nation-leading climate goals set by California. This new membership designation will be the foundation of new campaigns celebrating our industry's impact in driving the sustainable growth of California's communities, economy, and environmental protections.
By joining Climate Tech, you'll have the opportunity to:
  1. Gain recognition: Showcase your company's leadership in reducing the carbon footprint of California's infrastructure projects.
  2. Network: Connect with fellow industry leaders committed to a more sustainable future.
  3. Drive Innovation: Take advantage of a new platform to further drive sustainability and environmental stewardship innovations.
Eligibility Requirements
Associate members whose products and/or services provide emerging technology alternatives or additives to raw materials resulting in carbon reduction in our manufactured products such as concrete or asphalt. Associate members who qualify for this category would only pay the published flat rate for Climate Tech instead of Associate Member dues.
Producer and Essential Materials Members who have products, materials, brands, or technologies that may qualify for a Climate Tech designation may also apply. Dues rates will be based on the published pricing based on your member class, calculated on production. 

It is important to note that this designation is not for operational efficiencies or something with a wide or general application. The Climate Tech designation was designed for specific products or processes that directly lower the carbon of materials produced by our members.

Contact Stephanie Pridmore at for questions.