The Russian Pellet Union is an association and has applied to achieve the status of “Self-Regulatory Organization”. In relation to this, the Union conducts its activities in compliance with the Russian Civil Code, as well as several specific federal (and regional) regulatory laws and regulations, such as:
Short name: Russian Pellet Union
Full membership is open to responsible business entities in Russia engaged in the production of solid biofuel made from the wood processing residues.
Membership Enrolment and Termination Rules
The Statutes define the rules of membership conduct, designed to achieve the Union’s objectives. Violations of the Statutes will result in measures stipulated in Union’s Disciplinary Code.
The Union is obliged to keep the following resolutions:
The following sources of income contribute to the Union's assets:
Special purpose contributions are used to finance specific activities and programs not covered by the annual budget. Such contributions are established through resolutions of General Membership Meetings.
Information about non-member contributors may be posted on the Union’s website (on request). Voluntary contributors and donors do not acquire the membership status or privileges.
The Compensation Fund is generated from the Enrolment and Membership Fees for the purpose of covering professional liability against claims.