What is the REACH&CLP Helpdesk?

Are you a Luxembourgish company and have questions on REACH and CLP?
The REACH&CLP Helpdesk can help you!

According to the REACH Regulation (Article 124) and the CLP Regulation (Article 44) every Member State shall establish a national helpdesk.

In Luxembourg, the REACH&CLP Helpdesk is run by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) on behalf of the Ministry of the Economy and the Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development. The LIST came into being on the first of January 2015 through the merger of the public research centres (CRP) Henri Tudor and Gabriel Lippmann. Before that date, the Helpdesk has been based in the Resource Centre for Environmental Technologies (CRTE) of the CRP Henri Tudor, which, since 1998, assumed the function of a neutral consulting platform accessible to private and public enterprises, the industry and the craft sector in Luxembourg.

The REACH&CLP Helpdesk is the national enquiry point for manufacturers, importers and downstream users of chemical substances. It offers Luxembourgish companies information and advice on the implementation of REACH and CLP and helps them with their questions on registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction and the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.

The REACH&CLP Helpdesk is part of the European network of national helpdesks (HelpNet) which includes the REACH and CLP helpdesks of the Member States and of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).

You can find in the section “contact” a contact form which facilitates the processing of your request.

You can also contact the REACH&CLP Helpdesk via the following means:

  • E-mail : reach@list.lu ou clp@list.lu
  • Phone : + 352 275 888-1
  • Helpdesk REACH&CLP Luxembourg
      Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) /
      Environmental Research & Innovation Department (ERIN)
      41, rue du Brill
      L-4422 Belvaux
      Luxembourg

o For enquiries in German and English: Arno Biwer or Ruth Moeller
o For enquiries in French and English: Laurène Chochois or Oona Freudenthal

The REACH&CLP Helpdesk assists you in complying with your duties under REACH and CLP through the provision of information on our website, through information events and with advice via E-Mail and the telephone. However, the development of registration dossiers and application for authorisation and the related work are not part of our mandate. If you require further assistance and expertise on these topics we advise you to contact one of the many consultancies which offer their services on REACH. Upon request we can provide you with a list of consultancies specialised on the different aspects of REACH.

Disclaimer: The information on consultancies is merely forwarded by us. We do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information supplied by these companies nor for the quality of the provided services. The list which is supplied by us is non-exhaustive and does not represent a recommendation of the consultancy firms by the REACH&CLP Helpdesk.

If you represent a consultancy firm, which offers services related to REACH and CLP and would like to be included in our list, please contact us via this link.

The REACH&CLP Helpdesk does not claim, that the information provided on this website is complete. Considering the multitude of websites on REACH and CLP and the evolutionary character of the topic, it is impossible to guarantee completeness. The information compiled by the REACH&CLP Helpdesk only represent a selection of information.

The website provides guidances and non-binding advice on the topics of REACH and CLP. However, this advisory service does not represent any legal interpretation of the existing legislation. The REACH and CLP regulations and related regulations and directives are the only legally binding sources. The general information provided on this website is not legally binding. Therefore, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology takes no legal responsibility and liability for any errors, omissions or misleading statements leaving the use of this information entirely at the discretion of the user.