Beyond the Risk

Experts in Toxicology

From grass to glass

Experts in a sustainable dairy chain

Translating science into daily practices

Bridging academia and industry


Areas of expertise

Toxicology Services

Toxicology services

  • Toxicological Risk Assessment
  • Endocrine Disruption
  • Pharmacology
  • Novel Foods

Sustainability and traceability in the dairy chain

  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Milk Composition
Sustainability Dairy Chain Services
Knowledge Management Services

Data- knowledge- and project management

  • Data Analysis
  • Knowledge Management
  • Project Management

Toxicological Risk Assessment

The objective of a toxicological risk assessment (TRA) is to estimate or evaluate health risks posed to man and the environment by the use of chemicals. Hazard identification, exposure assessment and dose-response analysis are key characteristics to define the risk. KeyToxicology performs toxicological risk assessments to estimate the qualitative and quantitative health risks of a chemical and gives advice how to manage the risk. With respect to TRA, KeyToxicology provides the following services:

  • Hazard identification;
  • Data evaluation;
  • Scientific and Regulatory data gap analysis;
  • Exposure assessment;
  • Dose-response assessment;
  • Risk characterization;
  • Risk management.

About Us

The passion and motivation of KeyToxicology is to excel at providing services in toxicological risk assessment as well as sustainable practices to governmental and non-governmental clients. KeyToxicology provides tailored made services to the client’s needs and up-to-date knowledge due to their close connection with the Utrecht University, Free University of Amsterdam and Wageningen University. In this unique position, KeyToxicology aims at bringing together academics and industry professionals, by bridging scientific knowledge and daily practice.



Nano - and microplastics

World Health Organization

Microplastics in drinking-water

Dioxin-like compounds

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Risk for animal and human health related to the presence of dioxins and dioxin‐like PCBs in feed and food

Endocrine disruption

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Guidance for the identification of endocrine disruptors in the context of Regulations (EU) No 528/2012 and (EC) No 1107/2009

Endocrine disruption

A practical approach to assess biological plausibility for endocrine disruptionA practical approach to assess biological plausibility for endocrine disruption

A practical approach to assess biological plausibility for endocrine disruption