Our expertise: In-depth knowledge, around the world

With clients in more than 35 countries and decades of experience across a multitude of industries, Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry knows the challenges you face when it comes to chemicals management.

Supporting you around the world …

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Sustainable chemistry delivered by a team that knows.

At Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry, we know how complicated creating and supporting an evolving sustainable chemistry program can be, because that’s what our teams do every day. From the initial research to the final verified Chemical Hazard Assessments (CHAs), our teams of knowledgeable editorial staff, skilled toxicologists, implementation specialists, and Expert Support Services are here to provide you with the information you need to develop your chemicals management strategy.

Both ToxPlanet and SciveraLENS® provide this critical information in an easy-to-use, easy-to-understand cloud-based platform giving you the information you need when you need it no matter where you are in your chemicals management journey.

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Constant content monitoring with ToxPlanet

Our editorial team ensures you have the latest chemical information by monitoring more than 600 websites with over 12,000,000 resources daily. Looking for new, relevant chemical data, reports, regulatory and restricted list updates, and external data from other chemical databases like ECHA that we review for accuracy, catalogue using our specialized tagging system to easily assemble all available materials for a CAS RN, and upload to ToxPlanet for you to access through a simple search.  

You can have confidence that the information provided is the latest and most relevant out there, allowing you to make informed decisions.




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Assessing chemical safety with SciveraLENS

Our in-house toxicologists leveraged their years of expertise to develop our GHS+ Chemical Hazard Assessment Framework (GHS+), which was built on a foundation of broadly accepted criteria, approaches, and best practices informed by the US EPA, the National Academy of Sciences, and the United Nations to create our assessments.  

Working with the Chemical Abstracts Service, our team ensures that each CAS RN (Chemical Abstract Service® Registry Number) is mapped to the proper chemical names, structures, and more so you can be sure you’re looking at the right thing. For all 300,000+ CAS RNs in our system, our team of toxicologists and chemical experts does an initial assessment against a set of authoritative lists to give you an instant preliminary review of any hazard conditions to guide initial decision-making.  

We then review publicly available resources to complete a Chemical Hazard Assessment on 23 Human, Environmental, and Physical endpoints, shown below, providing you a high-quality, peer-reviewed assessment that you can use to confidently understand the impact of your chemicals.  

Not only does our team provide a summary for each endpoint, but we also provide a summary score for each chemical and supporting data for our research and assessment so you can understand exactly what you’re looking at.  

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Supporting you throughout your journey

Whether you’re looking for additional information, engaging suppliers, or trying to build a dashboard to streamline your process, our Expert Support Services and Customer Engagement teams are here to support you. With decades of experience supporting clients, we’ve developed best practices and advice to help you successfully implement your chemicals management program.
We assign each client to their own dedicated account manager to quickly answer your questions. When you work with Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry we become a reliable part of your team.

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