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Long-term toxicity to fish

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fish early-life stage toxicity
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A long-term toxicity testing on aquatic invertebrates has been performed (Chastenet, 2018) following the final decision of ECHA on testing proposals (ECHA decision number TPE-D-2114319122-65-01/F). Indeed, based on acute aquatic toxicity data, neither fish nor daphnia are shown to be substantially more sensitive. Therefore, according to the integrated testing strategy, the long-term daphnia study has been conducted first. Based on the results of this test and the application of the relevant assessment factor, no risks are observed (PEC/PNEC<1) for the aquatic compartment. Therefore, in accordance with the ECHA guidance (Chapter R7b, version 2.0 Figure R.7.8-4) and the final decision of ECHA, no long-term fish testing need to be conducted.  

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