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EC number: 259-515-6
CAS number: 55184-72-0
The log Koc value of the
substance (5.41) indicates, that the substance is immobile, since it
adsorbs very strongly to soils or sediments according to FAO mobility
classification. Hence, contamination of environmental compartments like
surface waters, sediment, soil and groundwater via horizontal and
vertical transport is not expected. The very low vapour pressure of the
substance indicates that the risk of environmental contamination via the
air is very low. Hence, the issue of transport and distribution in all
compartments of the environment is of no concern.
The removal of the substance
during sewage treatment was estimated using the STPWIN™ module of EPI
Suite™ v.4.11. STPWIN™ uses several outputs from EPI Suite™, this
program predicts the removal of a chemical in a typical activated
sludge-based sewage treatment plant. Values are given for total removal
and three processes that may contribute to removal: biodegradation,
sorption to sludge, and air stripping. The program assumes a standard
system design and set of default operating conditions. For the present
calculations, these default operating conditions were used. The results
show that 93.25% of the substance was removed during wastewater
treatment by adsorption to sludge.
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