Scivera joins the Enhesa group to expand and accelerate global sustainable chemistry achievement

October 11, 2021 – (Charlottesville VA USA) Today, Scivera is pleased to announce its acquisition by the Enhesa group, based in Brussels (Belgium EU) and with offices in the UK, Canada, US, China, and Japan. Composed of Enhesa’s EHS compliance software and content, as well as the product chemical compliance expertise of the Chemical Watch offering, the addition of Scivera to the group creates a comprehensive compliance and sustainability toolkit for enterprises.  

Founded in 2008, Scivera has grown to become the leader in providing sustainable chemistry business process capabilities to the global consumer products value chain. Delivered through its cloud-based software platform, SciveraLENS®, the Scivera team, led by Founder & President, Joe Rinkevich, have built a world-leading knowledge base of chemical assessments and secure business-to-business information exchange capabilities to enable safer and sustainable chemistry decision-making throughout the consumer product ecosystem.

With global brands like Nike, Levi Strauss & Co., Beautycounter, H&M, Apple, and their diverse suppliers using SciveraLENS, the company has delivered on the growing demand for sustainable chemistry and material health insight over the past several years. SciveraLENS makes it easy, cost-effective, and scalable for product and process decision-makers to explore and select safer chemicals. 

By joining the Enhesa group, Scivera will add to and enhance the group’s highly valuable and business-critical offerings. This new alliance will also dramatically expand and accelerate the way SciveraLENS supports sustainable chemistry achievement for retail, brands, manufacturers, and chemical suppliers—all participants in the consumer products value chain. With Scivera’s team of sustainable chemistry experts and toxicologists, Enhesa adds unparalleled scientific content to its core global environmental, health and safety and regulatory intelligence insights.

Enhesa group CEO, Peter Schramme: “We are thrilled to have Joe and the team at Scivera join the Enhesa group via this acquisition. SciveraLENS creates a compelling trilogy of operations compliance, product compliance, and now sustainable chemistry expertise within the Enhesa group.” 

Scivera’s Joe Rinkevich: “Joining up with the Enhesa and Chemical Watch platforms is an exciting milestone for Scivera and our mission to enable sustainable chemistry decision-making throughout the product and process supply chain. The growing community of sustainable chemistry professionals using SciveraLENS around the world will now have access to an even richer selection of tools, experts, and insights for their work.”  

Scivera’s main office will continue to be located in Charlottesville VA US. 

 

Media inquiries

  • Scivera: Betsy Murry, Director, Product Marketing & Customer Success – E: bmurry@scivera.com T: +1 434 974 1301
  • Enhesa: Sophie Smeets, Head of Marketing Communications – E: sophie.smeets@enhesa.com M : +32 473 986 639

 

About Scivera

Scivera is recognized as an innovator and leader in making the identification and replacement of hazardous chemicals in products simple, fast, and cost-effective. The company has built the most comprehensive resource for Chemical Hazard Assessments (CHA) verified by its board-certified toxicologists, with over 4,500 verified CHAs and tens of thousands of additional CHAs available to subscribers. This information is made available to users worldwide through the innovative cloud-based app, SciveraLENS®, bringing scalable, reliable, data-driven, chemicals management and safer alternatives exploration to all participants in the global consumer products supply chain. Website scivera.com

 

About Enhesa

Enhesa is a partner to global multinational companies, helping them be compliant with, and stay on top of, EHS regulations wherever they operate. Over the past 25 years, Enhesa has built an extensive knowledgebase of EHS and product regulatory content in more than 300 jurisdictions with support in 30+ languages. Combining advanced expertise with the latest AI-powered technology, our team of 75 in-house legal experts translate complex regulatory data into clear, concise and standardized content and insight on current and future EHS regulatory obligations. Enhesa has offices in Brussels, Washington D.C., Toronto, Shanghai and Tokyo. Website enhesa.com 

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