Much of the statistical data from the Swedish Chemicals Agency forms part of the Official Statistics of Sweden, and also forms the basis for research, joint planning and public information. The Agency is appointed by the Government to take responsibility for the official statistics in the field of Environmental Accounts and Sustainable Development; Sales and Use of Chemicals.
The statistics are based on information contained in reports on chemical products that must be reported every year to the Products Register on the part of manufacturing and importing companies. Read more about
You can find the following information on our website:
Flow analyses of chemical substances
Is turpentine manufactured in Sweden? Which products contain acetic acid? Is nonylphenoletoxylate used in many consumer products? The flow analyses are aimed at addressing questions of this type by searching the flow analyses.
Quantities of pesticides sold
The quantities of pesticides (active substances) sold have been published since 1979. The Swedish Chemicals Agency took over responsibility for presenting these figures from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency in 1985. The statistics are based on the information provided by authorised holders of pesticides.
How many dishwasher detergents were sold to consumers during one year? Which chemicals were the most common in the metal-working industry? Answers to these questions can be found here.
Statistics in brief
Statistics in Brief (KemI-stat) presents diagrams and graphs on the developments relating to substances and product groups of topical interest. Its aim is to show how chemicals are used and the trends and changes over time.
The search tool KemI-stat
KemI-stat is a tool for compiling statistical information based on data in the Swedish Chemicals Agency's Products Register and Pesticides Register.
The Commodity Guide
The Commodity Guide enables you to search for different types of commodities, the materials they usually consist of, and the substances that may be included in materials. You can also search for single materials and substances to see the commodities and groups of commodities in which they are used.