The Swedish Chemicals Agency uses the Products Register to store information on chemical products and biotechnical organisms that are manufactured in or transferred or imported into Sweden. Anyone manufacturing or importing products that have to be reported must provide this information to the Agency.
How to report and what shall be reported
All reporting to the Products Register is done via our web-portal.
Are you already a registered user?
You can go directly to the web-portal and register products or report volumes.
Need help with the web-portal? Here you will find a user manual and other help.
Are you reporting for the first time?
Please start by following these steps:
- Create an account and report your business activity (activity report)
You must submit an activity report regardless of how much of a notifiable product you manufacture or imports into Sweden. If you do not already have an account, start here by choosing the type of log in you prefer and create an account.
- Register your products
If the annual volume per product is at least 100 kg, you must also report the products. The products shall be reported as soon as possible, but no later than 28 February the year after import/production of the products started.
- Report quantities annually
If you have reported products, you must also report the amount you manufacture or import into Sweden annually. At the beginning of each year, you will be reminded of the annual revision of the information submitted to the Products Register. Produce the accounting report in time for it to be filed in the Products Register no later than 12 pm on 28 February.
Is your product a pesticide?
If your product is a notifiable pesticide, you must also, in addition to reporting it, apply for an authorisation for approval before you may sell and use it in Sweden.
Information for foreign companies
Suppliers providing composition information to their customers
In some cases, the company obligated to report their products to the Products Register does not have access to the composition for the products. For example, a Swedish company importing a product into Sweden from a foreign supplier is obligated to report the product, but the foreign supplier is the only one that has access to the product composition. In these cases, the foreign supplier can send their composition directly to the Products Register, without the customer having access to it.
The information about the product composition is called a Product-in-product (PiP). Once it is registered in our system, it is given a registration number, a so called A- number. The A-number can then be used as a reference to the product composition by the foreign supplier in communications with their Swedish customer in order for them to fulfil their obligation to report the product properly.
You can report Product-in-product in two ways:
- By our web-portal. If your company previously have been reporting by paper form, please contact the Products Register by email@example.com to get access to your company’s record online.
- By paper form below.
Rules on reporting to the Products Register
Contact the Products Register
Due to the pandemic there might be delays in our handling of your requests.