There are 2 General Assemblies a year to define their policy and brief
the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee is composed of 3elected
members of the General Assembly (including the President) for a period
of 2 years.
The EGMA Technical Committee is concentrating on European Technical
Issues related to membranes used in hydraulic works, tunnels, waste
deposit sites and different kind of civil works. Its objectives include
tracking the European standardization processes and upholding the interests
of its members through participation in key standardization bodies and
exchanging information with third parties, as well as the coordination
of activities and promotion of cooperation.
Due to the broad range of applications and activities the Technical
Committee is organised in three working group.
EGMA 189 WG
A group of waterproofing specialists work on standardization issues
in cooperation with the TC 189 of CEN and the National Mirror Committes
in most European countries.
A group of tunnel specialists work on tunnel related standardization
and quality issues in order to secure an optimum protection of European
Working Groups have also been set up in the fields of Communication
and Environmental issues.
This working group will concentrate on exchange of know-how regarding
health, safety and environmental aspects of plastics. Promotion of good
working practices, such as post use material collection of recycling.
IIn the year 2003, a new EuPC Sector Group was set up.
Full Members are: AGRU Kunststofftechnik, Atarfil Geomembranes, GSE Lining Technology, NAUE GmbH & Co. KG.
Members of the Executive Committee are currently Mr Peter Riegl (President) and Mr Martin Driever (Treasurer).
Mr Geoffroy Tillieux has been appointed Managing Director of the association.