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Based on an OECD test carried out in 2010, dimethyl sulphide has been demonstrated as readilly biodegradable. Dimethyl sulphide is not expected to hydrolyse, due to a lack of suitable functional groups, or bioaccumulate or adsorb to suspended solids and sediment in water, as the Kow is <3.