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Environmental fate & pathways

Biodegradation in soil

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C4 acrylate was not biodegraded in a ready biodegradability test. However, there are no direct releases to soil nor indirect release by spreading of contaminated sludge. Predicted concentrations in soil were approximately 3 ppb and were less than predicted no-effect concentrations. We have proposed to waive biodegradation testing in soil due to lack of exposure.