BAC is actively involved in the following organizations, at global and/or regional levels:

U.S. Green Building Council, working to promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work. Council members work together to develop LEED® products and resources, sponsor the Greenbuild annual International Conference and Expo, provide policy guidance, and educational and marketing tools that support the adoption of sustainable building. The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System™ is a voluntary, consensus-based national standard for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings. BAC products have design features that contribute to LEED® credits.

The Green Building Council South Africa is an independent, non-profit company that leads the greening of the commercial property sector in South-Africa. They promote green building practices making sure buildings are designed, built and operated in an environmentally sustainable way. Also here, BAC products have design features that contribute to credits.

Eurovent Association represents, promotes and defends the cooling industry to relevant European, national and international bodies. It is a well-known and respected stakeholder in all industry-related matters and, in particular, in climate change and energy efficiency. To fully support this task, Eurovent Association develops product certification programs for the entire industry through Eurovent Certita Certification with the aim to establish the required credibility and leverage towards legislative Europe.

Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) is a nonprofit, self-governing technical association of manufacturers, suppliers, owners, operators and designers and open to all parties with an interest in heat rejection technology. Among CTI's stated objectives are a dedication to the advancement of technology, design and performance of heat rejection equipment, the prevention of water and air pollution, and the conservation of water as a natural resource.  

Eurammon's objective is to promote the use of natural refrigerants in the interest of a healthy environment, and thereby encourage a sustainable approach in refrigeration engineering.