Due to technical issues it may be difficult to reach us by telephone right now. Our telephone network operator is working to solve the problem as quickly as possible. You can contact us by e-mail kemi@kemi.se. See other ways to get in touch with us below.

Switchboard and reception desk

Weekdays 08:00–17:00

+468-519 41 100

E-mail

kemi@kemi.se

E-mail to our staff: firstname.familyname@kemi.se

Registrar

+468-519 41 100

Open: weekdays 08:00–11:00 am and 13:00–15:00 pm

Fax:+468-735 76 98

kemi@kemi.se

Press officer

+468-519 41 200

press@kemi.se

Press room

Postal address

Kemikalieinspektionen
Att. Name of officer
Box 2
SE-172 13 Sundbyberg

Visit and deliver

Street address:

Esplanaden 3A
SE-172 67 Sundbyberg

Invoice address

Kemikalieinspektionen
FE124
SE-838 80 Frösön

Organisation number – VAT number

SE202100388001

Contact in the case of an emergency

Emergency telephone number: +468-519 41 350

Questions to the Swedish Chemicals Agency

Read frequently asked questions or send in your own question by using our web form.

Prefer talking to us? Please call +468-519 41 111

Telephone:

  • Monday 09:00–11:00
  • Tuesday 09:00–11:00
  • Wednesday 09:00–11:00
  • Thursday 13:00–15:00
  • Friday 09:00–11:00

Between 24 June and 9 August, the telephone line is only open

  • Tuesday and Wednesday 09:00–11: 00 and Thursday 13:00–15: 00.

Contact the Products Register

produktregistret@kemi.se

Telephone: +468-519 41 100

Fax: +468-82 55 08

Regular telephone service hours

  • Monday 09:00–11:00
  • Tuesday 09:00–11:00
  • Wednesday 09:00–11:00
  • Thursday 13:00–15:00
  • Friday 09:00–11:00

Different telephone service hours

Our telephone service hours during summer from 26 June to 9 August:

  • Tuesday 09:00–11:00
  • Wednesday 09:00–11:00
  • Thursday 13:00–15:00
Product register office is closed during following dates:

Midsummer

21 June

All Saints' Eve 

1 November

Christmas

23–27 December

New Year

30–31 December

Tips for the Swedish Chemicals Agency

Some 300 tip-offs from companies and the general public regarding shortcomings in chemical safety are filed with us each year. It helps us protecting people and the environment and make companies fulfil their obligations.

All tip-offs are under the principle of public access to information. You may send in your tip-off anonymously but in that case we cannot inform you of the result of our assessment. Thank you for tipping us.

Submit your tip-off in the form!

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