Get £5 off renewal with direct debit

29th July 2015

Maintaining your IEMA membership, on time, with no interruption in benefits, is an important annual step.

To make the renewal process simpler and quicker, IEMA has launched a new way to make it automatic.

IEMA has always offered a direct debit renewal service but earlier this month it became easier than ever to switch your method of payment. Our payment portal launched on 3 August and enables members to sign up online to renew by direct debit. Previously, members had to complete a mandate and return this to IEMA for processing.

The new payment portal lets you complete your sign-up in one easy online step. Paying your annual renewal by direct debit is also the most cost-effective way to renew, because all IEMA members who use this payment method will receive an automatic £5 discount off their next fee. Visit the new portal at to set up your direct debit.

Many IEMA members already renew their membership through direct debit, and they testify that it is quick, easy, fuss-free and the most sustainable option. Here’s what a few have to say:

“As an environmental consultant my IEMA membership is crucial. Paying through direct debit is perfect, so much easier, no risk of me forgetting to renew, and better for the environment!”
Neil Howe (Associate)

“Using direct debit enables me to maintain my IEMA membership without the hassle of missing a renewal. In this busy digital world we all need a little help and this is one timesaver I approve of.”
Bill Delamare (Affiliate)

“Direct debit is a ‘fit and forget’ solution to a professional like me. There are so many things we have to remember these days. Farming off routine important membership payments to a service like direct debit makes total sense!”
Anmarie Justine Landi (Full)


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