Scivera Chemical Certifications

Scivera is licensed or otherwise authorized to certify chemical assessments for various third-party assessment frameworks. Scivera’s team of board-certified toxicologists certifies individual chemical assessments for the following frameworks and standards:


Screened Chemistry

Screened ChemistryScivera works with several global apparel and footwear brands including, Levis Strauss & Co, Nike, H&M, C&A, Gap, Inc., and others to assess, score, and certify textile chemical formulations. Scoring textile chemical products for Screened Chemistry enables textile mills and other users of chemicals in the apparel and footwear supply chain to compare chemical products using a simple numeric score. Chemical products with a higher score embody safer chemical attributes to improve human and environmental health impact.

Learn more about Screened Chemistry at Scivera’s Screened Chemistry Overview

Browse Scivera’s Screened Chemistry Product Certificates Registry


Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) :: MRSL Conformance Level 1

Scivera and SciveraLENS® is an authorized Conformance Body for the ZDHC Manufacturing Restricted Substances List (MRSL) for Level 1 Conformance. Scivera’s Toxicology Team and SciveraLENS® support textile chemicals companies in screening and certifying textile chemical products against the ZDHC MRSL to document reduction of hazardous chemicals from the textile chemical supply chain.

Visit our ZDHC MRSL Conformance Guidance or contact Scivera ZDHC MRSL Team at to learn more.

Browse a registry of all current Scivera-issued ZDHC MRSL Level 1 Conformance Certificates


Global Electronics Council :: EPEAT Registration

Scivera’s GHS+ Chemical Hazard Assessment Framework is an authorized method for the EPEAT Standard. Electronics OEMs and electronics suppliers can make use of SciveraLENS®. Companies use 1000s of GHS+ assessments available in SciveraLENS® to pre-screen chemicals and formulations for quick and cost-effective exploration of EPEAT achievement. Scivera’s board-certified toxicologists then will review the formulation to confirm EPEAT Registration.

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Labeling of Hazardous Materials Act (LHAMA) Evaluation and Certification

Scivera’s toxicologists are authorized by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission to perform LHAMA Evaluations for art materials sold in the United States.

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GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals

Scivera is a Licensed GreenScreen Profiler, which means Scivera’s board-certified toxicologists are authorized to process GreenScreen chemical hazard assessments. The GreenScreen Program is managed by Clean Production Action. Contact Scivera ( or through our form here) for more information on Scivera’s GreenScreen services.