The Filtration Society Japan Association (FSJA) was established in 1984 as the Sister Society of the Filtration Society which was originated in England in 1964.
The Filtration Society England is a charitable, non-profit making organization to advance knowledge in filtration and separation - theories and techniques - in industry, universities, commerce, and every walk of life.
ORGANIZATION OF FSJA
Membership is open to any individual, particularly those working for manufacturers, users, universities and research organizations. Members of the Filtration Society will receive every issue of the internationally recognized journal "The Filtration & Separation", which carries on average 72 pages (nearly 500 pages a year) of technical and commercial news, developments in new equipment, newsletters from around the world, technical and original articles - including the Proceedings of the Society - abstracts, diary of events, etc. There are now members of the Filtration Society in more than 25 countries around the world.