FSJA The Filtration Society - Japan Association



1. The Society shall be designated "The Filtration Society, Japan Association" in English, and "Sekai Roka-Kogakukai, Nihon-Kai" in Japanese.


2. The objective of the Association are (i) to advance filtration and separation engineering in theory and practice, (ii) to maintain a high professional standard among its members, and (iii) to serve societies, particularly where the Association can contribute to public interest in accordance with the international goals of the Filtration Societies in England and in the world.


3. The Association promotes investigations, seminars, symposia, conferences etc. and also promotes advancement of knowledge of filtration. It improves communications and understanding, and also improves the status of the Association and its Members.


4. The Japan Association shall consist of Individual Members and Honor Members who are also Members either of the Filtration Society in England, the Society of Chemical Engineers Japan, or other related Societies or Institutes, and Sustaining Corporation Members.

Officers and Council

5. The Officers of the Association shall be a President, a maximum of three Vice Presidents, several members of Secretaries and Treasurers, and a maximum number of thirty Directors including less than 15 Executive Directors. The Chancellors shall normally consist of a maximum thirty members.


6. The members of the Directors and the Chancellors will be elected from the Individual and Sustaining Members. The President, the Vice President, the Secretaries and Treasurers, and the Directors will be elected at the General Meeting of the Directors and the Chancellors. They shall be elected to serve a term of two years.


1. Member fee shall be determined at the General Meeting of the Directors and the Chancellors.
2. The Association shall keep the close relation with the Society of Chemical Engineers Japan in its enterprise.