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Here are some of the most common questions (and answers) we get. We update these gradually. In the navigation above, you will find information about our operations. We also have more websites, you can find them in the header under the heading "Our websites".

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Order maps, publications and information from Customer Services

Customer Services helps you with orders for maps and publications as well as information from our databases. We also handle price issues, deliveries and right-of-use agreements.

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SGU's Customer Services can also guide you in the right direction if you want answers to questions about rock, soil and groundwater. Use the form below.

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In some cases, you may need to contact Customer Services on +46 18 17 90 00. Opening hours are usually Monday–Friday 9.30–11.30 (somewhat limited in connection with weekends and busy days). At certain times, however, it can be difficult to get hold of us. It is also fine to write an ordinary letter.

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Press contact

Mrs Cecilia Irefalk, +46 (0)18-17 90 90
E-mail: press@sgu.se

Other address and contact details

Telephone: 018-17 90 00
Telephone, press officer 018-17 90 90

Email: sgu@sgu.se
Email webmaster: webmaster@sgu.se

Postal address

Geological Survey of Sweden, Box 670, 751 28 Uppsala, Sweden

Visitors

Villavägen 18, Uppsala, Sweden.
The reception desk is open week days 8.00–16.30 (May–August 8:00–16:00). 

Invoice address 

See information under the "Invoices to SGU" page.

Delivery address

Geological Survey of Sweden, Fångvallsgatan 4, 752 37 Uppsala, Sweden.

Map to SGU in Uppsala

VAT number

SE202100252801

Mining Inspectorate of Sweden

The Mining Inspectorate of Sweden, which is part of SGU, is an official body responsible for issuing permits for exploration and mining. It decides on matters falling under the Minerals Act (1991:45).

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Last reviewed 2023-10-18