ASI welcomes new members from anywhere in the world, from every part of the aluminium supply chain, and from civil society groups, associations, and other supporting organisations. Find out more about current ASI members.
Members benefit through their association with ASI’s multi-stakeholder work program and directly contribute to enhancing sustainability in the global aluminium sector.
Your membership can help:
What to do next?
- Download the updated ASI Membership Information and Application Form.
- Fill out and submit the pdf Membership Form. Note: the form should be filled out electronically using Adobe Acrobat / Reader software.
- Read the ASI Antitrust Compliance Policy.
- Consult the ASI Certification section of the website for more resources and information on certification.
- Build stakeholder consensus on what constitutes responsible practice and performance
- Incentivise attainment of social and environmental objectives
- Encourage independent assurance of systems and performance
- Create more impact on environmental and social issues collectively
- Bring transparency to supply chains and manage supply chain risks
- Enhance reputation through proactive efforts to implement and support standards
- Support compliance with relevant regulatory requirements
- Reduce duplication of effort and costs through standardisation
- Build partnerships and relationships across the public, private and voluntary sectors
- Share best practices and collect evidence that will resonate with your stakeholders.
Members can also participate in ASI multi-stakeholder working groups that are researching and addressing key implementation issues and supporting peer learning, such as biodiversity and ecosystem services, harmonisation with other standards systems, recycling and material stewardship, greenhouse gases, environmental impacts and human rights.
‘Production and Transformation’ and ‘Industrial Users’ members that joined before the launch of the ASI Standards program in December 2017 commit to achieve certification against the ASI Performance Standard for at least one facility or product line by December 2019 (i.e., within 2 years of the launch). Members in these membership classes that joined after the launch (i.e. January 2018 onwards) commit to achieve certification against the ASI Performance Standard for at least one facility or product line or within two years of joining ASI.
Full details on membership classes, fees, and commitments are found in the ASI Membership Information and Application form.
These activities are informed by consensus-building with all members, stakeholder engagement meetings, expert input and pilot testing of proposed models. ASI encourages your support and engagement in our ongoing program activities.