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Join the AAC on December 11 at 2:00 PM EST for a free webinar detailing the important changes, current trends and ongoing compliance strategies with Proposition 65 presented by K&L Gates. This one-hour webinar is free to attend and will provide you with information regarding:

  • New warning regulations that took effect August 30, 2018
  • Updates since the new regulations took effect
  • "Certification wars," and how members of the supply chain and sales channels are trying to shift responsibility
  • Best practices to (attempt to) avoid costly Proposition 65 actions

Learn more and register for the Proposition 65 webinar >>

Plan to attend the AAC's Advanced Anodizing Class (Level 3) on January 16, 2019 in Clearwater Beach, FL! Expand your knowledge and understanding on topics from anodizing for design and function to base metal microstructural considerations during this one-day course featuring aluminum anodizing leaders from the AAC. Register for this exciting day of technical education!

Register online for the Advanced Anodizing Class! >>

Announcing AAC's First Online Course for Architects!

The Aluminum Anodizers Council (AAC) has released a new online learning course for architects, designers, engineers, building developers and others. Anodizing 101: Building, Construction & Design is available on AEC Daily, a continuing education website for B&C professionals. 

Visit our Newsroom to read the press release.


Member-Get-a-Member Campaign

The Aluminum Anodizers Council has an exciting new program for members – the Member-Get-a-Member Campaign as part of an effort to involve more organizations in the AAC. Here is what this program entails:

  • A current member sponsors a new Firm or Supplier member, that sponsor member will pay a reduced dues rate for the following year – 50% off the joining members’ rate not to exceed their current member dues rate.
  • In addition, the new member will receive a free Anodizing Essentials Workshop (Level 1) registration (currently a $400 value!).

Questions? Send us a message to or call 847-526-2010.

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