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MEMBERSHIP FEES

Fees and Payment Details

The following are the basic fees and details on payment of an applicant for membership.


Membership Year

The Membership year runs from January until December.


Annual Membership Fee
Type of Membership Cost (2018)
Regular member annual membership PHP 1,000.00
Associate member annual membership PHP 600.00

The Membership Fee is subject to change each year.
The Membership Fee is not refundable upon membership termination.


Initial One-time Application Fee

An applying PIEP Member (Regular or Associate) must pay an initial one-time application fee of PHP 750 (600 for Initial Membership application fee and PhP 150 for PIEP RFID ID Card) before its membership is considered confirmed.


New Members

All Environmental Planners are automatically members of the Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners (PIEP), however, non-EnPs who wish to join the institute may enlist as Associate Members.

A new member is invoiced when the member joins PIEP, for the initial one-time application fee, and the amount of the annual fee.

One-time Application Fee Annual Fee
New Regular Member (PHP 1,000.00 + 750.00)
= PHP 1,750.00
New Associate Member (PHP 600 + 750) = PHP 1,350.00

Online Payment via Dragonpay.ph and Invoicing Procedure

PIEP partnered with DRAGONPAY.PH for its online payment facility shall deduct the transaction fee from its payables to PIEP. The transaction fees are as follows:

Channel Transaction Fee (VAT-inclusive)
Online Banking PHP 10.00
Over-the-counter Banking PHP 15.00
Over-the-counter Non-Bank PHP 20.00

Invoices for online payment via Dragonpay.ph are charged a maximum of PHP 20 depending on the channel. Receipts are sent as PDF per e-mail to the member. If the member so requires, an Official Receipt from PIEP Office can be requested.

All details on payment are specified on the invoices that are sent out, or available on request at membership@piep.org.ph

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