Corporate Membership

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  • AEBN Membership aims to keep you up to date with the ongoing changes to environmental compliance and requirements for federal and all States (excluding NT, ACT and Tasmania) through 11 core membership services.
  • One Membership will apply to an organisation and its entities that share the same Australian Business Number (ABN), trade under the same company name and Brand.
  • A separate membership will be required for organisations with entities that do not share the same Australian Business Number (ABN) or trade under the same company name or Brand.  Entities that do not share the same ABN or trade under the same company name or Brand will be referred to as a non-member of the Australian Environment Business Network.
  • The Membership fees will be determined by the number of employees within the member company.  Please refer to ‘Membership Level and Rates’ on the AEBN website.
  • ‘Individual 1 person’ Corporate Membership applies to a small organisation that consists of 1 person.  ‘Individual 1 person’ Corporate Membership will apply to an individual that wishes to take out Corporate Membership.

  • Membership to the Australian Environment Business Network (AEBN) is for a 12 month period.
  • All staff within your organisation, across Australia, will be entitled to AEBN membership services and benefits, except for the AEBN National ENW e-news where there is a limit of 8 nominated colleagues for organisations with up to 999 employees; and 16 nominated colleagues for organisations with over 1,000 employees.
  • The weekly AEBN National ENW e-news will be distributed each Friday, by email, to your nominated colleagues within your organisation.  If you would like additional colleagues to receive the weekly AEBN National ENW e-news, an additional fee of $90 per person per annum will apply.   
  • The nominated colleagues receiving the weekly AEBN National ENW e-news shall be referred to as the ‘primary contact group’.  
  • One person (the person that applies for membership for their organisation) will be the ‘main primary contact’ who will be regarded as AEBN’s main contact person. 

  • The ‘main primary contact’ will be contacted by the AEBN on occasions, such as – for the renewal of membership to the Australian Environment Business Network; when changes occur to the ‘primary contact group’ list; etc. 

  • The ‘main primary contact’ will notify the AEBN of any changes to the ‘primary contact group’.  
  • The ‘main primary contact’ shall nominate colleagues to receive the weekly AEBN National ENW e-news and shall advise their colleagues of AEBN Membership benefits and services to allow their colleagues to access the services.
  • All editions of AEBN National ENW e-news and AEBN services are strictly produced for Members of the Australian Environment Business Network only.  It is prohibited to on-forward any edition of ENW e-news and allow access to AEBN services to a non member organisation or individual.  This will result in the cancellation of membership.
  • The weekly AEBN National ENW e-news ceases production from the first week of December and resumes on the first week of February of each year.  All other membership services and benefits are available to all members throughout the year.
  • AEBN membership will be limited to organisations that the AEBN believes will have a direct benefit.
  • Members must indicate, in an email to AEBN’s CEO, that membership is no longer required, otherwise until the notification is received, a member fee will be incurred.

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