EU REACH Disclosure

Article 33 of REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals, EC 1907/2006) requires manufacturers to inform their customers if an article contains more than 0.1% (by weight per article) of any substance on the SVHC Candidate list for Authorization.

To the best of our knowledge, based on information received from our supply chain and our own product data, our products may contain the following substances;

The SVHC used in our products do not pose a safety risk to customers under normal use conditions.
For products specific data, please contact chemicals@nibe.se
This information was last updated 2021-12-10.


Substances of Concern In Products (SCIP)

As of January 5th 2021, companies supplying articles containing Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs) on the Candidate List in a concentration above 0.1% weight by weight (w/w) on the EU/EEA market must submit information on these articles to ECHA (the European Chemicals Agency). The submissions are made to the SCIP database. The obligation to report to the SCIP database is established under the revised Waste Framework Directive.

The SCIP database aims to increase the knowledge about substances in articles and products throughout their whole lifecycle – including at the waste stage. It also aims to reduce hazardous substances in products, encourages substitution of those substances with safer alternatives and contributes to a better circular economy.

SCIP IDs for Nibe AB products can be found here: NIBE AB SCIP ID Excel, 56.2 kB.
The file was last updated: 2021-12-17.