Certification of companies according to the Ordinance on Climate Protection (ChemKlimaschutzV) Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The ChemKlimaschutzV stipulates that since 5 July 2009, installation, maintenance, repair and recovery work on systems containing climate-damaging gases may only be carried out by persons who can present a certificate of expertise in accordance with the ChemKlimaschutzV. This is to ensure that emissions of these chemicals are reduced to a minimum.

  • completed application form


The certificate may only be issued under certain conditions (Section 6 para. 2 ChemKlimaschutzV):

  • The applicant shall provide evidence that personnel holding the certificate of expertise referred to in § 5 ChemKlimaschutzV is available for the activities mentioned in § 6 para. 1 ChemKlimaschutzV.
  • Companies that are registered EMAS sites and carry out activities according to § 6 para. 1 ChemKlimaschutzV shall receive the certificate, provided that the environmental statement or the report on the environmental audit shows that the requirements of the first and second sentences of § 6 para. 2 ChemKlimaschutzV are complied with and that the information required under Article 6 para. 1 nos. 1 to 3 ChemKlimaschutzV is evident.


Further information on the required application documents as well as details on the legal basis and the recognition procedure can be found in the official version of the Chemicals Climate Protection Ordinance.

  • Verordnung zum Schutz des Klimas vor Veränderungen durch den Eintrag bestimmter fluorierter Treibhausgase

Upon application, the competent authority shall issue a certificate to establishments which install, maintain or repair equipment pursuant to Article 3(1) of Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 (Section 6(1) of the ChemKlimaschutzV).

For the application, the form can be downloaded and processed electronically. Please note that the application must first be printed out after processing and only then signed in original.

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