Accredited chemical laboratory for
Environmental analysis and specialized analytics

CleanControlling Chemical is your specialist in environmental analysis for the examination of water, soil and waste or recycling materials on hazardous substances, foundry analysis and the specialized chemical analysis.

With the takeover of the business activities of the company Chemisches Labor Becker in Leipferdingen as of July 1st in 2021, CleanControlling expands its service portfolio with a wide range of methods in the field of chemical analytics.
As a long-established service laboratory for chemical analysis, the founder of the company, Mr. Herbert Becker, has built up a very extensive spectrum of chemical methods and instruments and has a broad customer base in the fields of medical technology, construction, waste disposal and recycling as well as foundries. The takeover by CleanControlling took place after many years of close and trustful cooperation with Chemisches Labor Becker in the context of a company succession. Mr. Becker continues to accompany the company with his indispensable expertise in the field of chemical analysis.

The takeover by CleanControlling includes the entire business activity with the complete staff of 10 employees, the extensive laboratory equipment and infrastructure with state-of-the-art analytical instruments at the existing location in Leipferdingen.

The range of services in the field of environmental analysis, accredited by DAkkS according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018, includes physical, physico-chemical and chemical laboratory testing of water, aqueous eluates, soils, waste and substances for recycling. 


Services at a glance

Environmental Analytics

CleanControlling Chemical determines pollutants in water, soil, sludge, waste and recyclables in environmental analysis.

Special chemical analytics

The chemical special analytics answers complex questions with the help of the extensive spectrum of analytical methods and instruments.

Chemical characterization of medical devices

Chemical characterization of medical devices and materials according to DIN EN ISO 10993-18