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EC number: 239-290-0
CAS number: 15245-44-0
According to the guidance given in Annex VII if REACH legislation and
Chapter R.7B (Endpoint Specific Guidance) of the ECHA REACH Guidance
Document, (2008), the requirements for “Ready biodegradability” can be
waived if the substance is inorganic (e.g., Pb-salt).
For inorganic substances like lead salts for which the chemical
assessment is based on the elemental concentration (i.e., pooling all
inorganic speciation forms together), biotic degradation is an
irrelevant process, regardless of the environmental compartment that is
under consideration: biotic processes may alter the speciation form of
an element, but will not eliminate the element from the aquatic
compartment by degradation of transformation. This elemental-based
assessment (pooling all speciation forms together) can be considered as
a worst-case assumption for the chemical assessment.
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