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ICHP - Instytut Chemii Przemysłowej, Warszawa, ul. Rydygiera 8Industrial Chemistry Research Institute (ICRI) - the largest chemical research institutes in Poland is located in Warsaw, 8 Rydygiera str.

The main tasks of the Institute are: scientific research focusing on applications, development, design and industrial application activities in the field of chemistry.

The Institute offers licenses and know-how for modern chemical processes. Basic and applied research works are conducted; development works, implementation and design works are carried out which are related to chemical processes with particular reference to:

  • Petrochemistry and carbochemistry

  • Organic synthesis

  • Chemistry and technology of polymers and plastics

  • Household chemistry

  • Industrial catalysis and biocatalysis

  • Applied physical chemistry

  • Auxiliary materials for medicine

  • Process safety

  • Environmental protection

  • Biotechnology

The Institute is also active in the marketing field, in the area of scientific technical and economical information, in the area of inventions, rationalization, and protection of industrial and intellectual property. Analyses and evaluations of the condition and of the state of development of chemistry and chemical technology are performed, including diagnostic studies and technical and economical analyses. ICRI is the Editor of scientific journal "Polimery". An essential part of ICRI's activities is the coordination and directing of the national and international standardization activities, conducting the works concerned with the quality of industrial articles and products, cooperation with domestic and foreign institutions, promoting the growth and development of the scientific and R&D cadres, running the publishing activities and training activities for Institute's own needs and for other units.

An important factor of the ICRI management strategy is the active participation in the works of various international institutions, among them:


European Association for Analytical Chemistry


European Chemical Industry Council


European Committee For Standardization


European Federation of Catalysis Society


Federation of Associations of Technicians for Industry of Paints in European Countries


European Federation of National Associations of Measurement, Testing and Analytical Laboratories


International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry


Organization of European Cooperation and Development


Roster of Technical Experts GEF STAP


MoDeSt Society (Modification, Degradation and Stabilization of Polymer)


United Nations Development Programme

Ozone Secretariate

UN Environment Program


United Nations Economic Commission for Europe