Registration Dossier

Manufacture, use & exposure

Consumer Uses

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Consumer uses

Registration/ Notification status for the use:
use registered according to REACH Article 10; total tonnage manufactured/imported >=10tonnes/year per registrant
Contributing activity / technique for the environment
Name of activity / technique:
GES6 - Consumer end-use of washing and cleaning products
Environmental release category (ERC):
ERC8a: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, indoor)
ERC8d: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, outdoor)
Contributing activity / technique for consumersopen allclose all
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Laundry and dish washing products [a) laundry regular AISE C1; b) laundry compact AISE C2; c) fabric conditioners AISE C3; d) Laundry additives AISE C4; g) Laundry aids AISE C12]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Laundry and dish washing products [e) Hand dishwashing; AISE C5]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Laundry and dish washing products [f) Machine dishwashing; AISE C6]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [a) Surface cleaners; AISE C7]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [b) Toilet cleaners; AISE C8]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [c) Carpet cleaners (liquid) ; AISE C11]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [d) Wipes (bathroom, kitchen, floor) ; AISE C15]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [e) High pressure washers/cleaners (liquid) ; AISE C21]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Cleaners, liquids [f) Automotive care (liquid) ; AISE C22]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS3 Cleaners, trigger sprays [a) Surface cleaners (spray neat) ; AISE C7]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS3 Cleaners, trigger sprays [Oven cleaners (trigger spray) ; AISE C10]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS3 Cleaners, trigger sprays [Carpet cleaners (spray) ; AISE C11]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Name of activity / technique:
CS3 Cleaners, trigger sprays [d) Automotive care (spray) ; AISE C22]
Product category (PC):
PC 35: Washing and cleaning products
Subsequent service life relevant to this use:
no
Related assessment:
use assessed in an own CSR

Contributing scenario for the environment (related to consumer activities)

Conditions of use for the environment

Amounts used, frequency and duration of use (or from service life)

Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste (including article waste)

Other conditions affecting environmental exposure

Releases to waste and the environment

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Release to the environment

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Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to the environment

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Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to external waste

Exposure of the environment

ExpEnvirRelatedToRepopen allclose all
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Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Exposure of humans via the environment

ExpRelatedToRepopen allclose all
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
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Contributing scenario for the consumers

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.008 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
d47f7150-a5c3-4567-98a3-4d53c0c83588

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.31 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
2d70a6b6-5f91-4f77-bebd-29d24dc4ed78

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.116 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.01. (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.01. (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.01. (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
0d29a8b6-f558-4b68-ad2a-428376621743

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.395 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.001 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
46305097-9cc2-4dca-84c4-0357f4daa408

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.043 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.003 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
3cb84397-30ae-45b2-b5eb-a92597c95ac4

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.161 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.023 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
309bd868-3d76-4601-aaf6-cff14114f408

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.1 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.001 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
9088f882-2f1b-4acb-9d47-71671dcb9bfe

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.006 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.032 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
96bc6feb-b70b-4930-ac18-06e13d99ddcf

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.217 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.004 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
ca052035-2664-4540-b39c-487eb9a7750f

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.162 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.003 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
b15f2384-ba15-4a85-8040-83c045fbdf62

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.099 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.004 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
be23464a-3153-498c-8742-8309b0f3ad71

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.001 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
9ad0b5e2-a99b-46c0-af1a-01b529346e4b

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.206 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.072 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Consumer uses

Registration/ Notification status for the use:
use registered according to REACH Article 10; total tonnage manufactured/imported >=10tonnes/year per registrant
Contributing activity / technique for the environment
Name of activity / technique:
GES9 - consumer end-use of polishes and wax blend
Environmental release category (ERC):
ERC8a: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, indoor)
Contributing activity / technique for consumersopen allclose all
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Furniture, floor & leather care: wax/cream; (floor, furniture, shoes) ; AISE C20
Product category (PC):
PC 31: Polishes and wax blends
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Furniture, floor & leather care: spray; (furniture, shoes) ; AISE C20
Product category (PC):
PC 31: Polishes and wax blends
Substance supplied to this use in the form of:
in a mixture
Subsequent service life relevant to this use:
no
Related assessment:
use assessed in an own CSR

Contributing scenario for the environment (related to consumer activities)

Conditions of use for the environment

Amounts used, frequency and duration of use (or from service life)

Other conditions

Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste (including article waste)

Other conditions affecting environmental exposure

Releases to waste and the environment

ReleasesWasteEnvirRepopen allclose all

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to external waste

Exposure of the environment

ExpEnvirRelatedToRepopen allclose all
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Exposure of humans via the environment

ExpRelatedToRepopen allclose all
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
ContribScenConsumersRepopen allclose all

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.215 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.046 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
10dabdd4-7b41-42eb-8782-e33b814f8a6e

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.003 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.005 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Consumer uses

Registration/ Notification status for the use:
use registered according to REACH Article 10; total tonnage manufactured/imported >=10tonnes/year per registrant
Contributing activity / technique for the environment
Name of activity / technique:
GES8 - Consumer end-use of biocides (indoor and outdoor use)
Environmental release category (ERC):
ERC8a: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, indoor)
ERC8d: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, outdoor)
Contributing activity / technique for consumersopen allclose all
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Insecticides, spray neat, AISE C19
Product category (PC):
PC 8: Biocidal products (e.g. disinfectants, pest control)
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Insecticides, liquid electric, AISE C19
Product category (PC):
PC 8: Biocidal products (e.g. disinfectants, pest control)
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Repellents; AISE C19
Product category (PC):
PC 8: Biocidal products (e.g. disinfectants, pest control)
Subsequent service life relevant to this use:
no
Related assessment:
use assessed in an own CSR

Contributing scenario for the environment (related to consumer activities)

Conditions of use for the environment

Amounts used, frequency and duration of use (or from service life)

Other conditions

Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste (including article waste)

Other conditions affecting environmental exposure

Releases to waste and the environment

ReleasesWasteEnvirRepopen allclose all

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to external waste

Exposure of the environment

ExpEnvirRelatedToRepopen allclose all
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Exposure of humans via the environment

ExpRelatedToRepopen allclose all
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
ContribScenConsumersRepopen allclose all

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.18 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.015 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
3b93a4ad-84d3-4058-b4db-67515d959a7a

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.043 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.06 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
3592706a-eda6-4b2e-b335-8d4ecee709b5

Product (article) characteristics

OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.25 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0.01 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)

Consumer uses

Registration/ Notification status for the use:
use registered according to REACH Article 10; total tonnage manufactured/imported >=10tonnes/year per registrant
Contributing activity / technique for the environment
Name of activity / technique:
GES10 - Consumer end-use of cosmetics
Environmental release category (ERC):
ERC8a: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, indoor)
Contributing activity / technique for consumers
Product category (PC):
PC 0: Other: Not applicable
Substance supplied to this use in the form of:
in a mixture
Subsequent service life relevant to this use:
no
Related assessment:
use assessed in an own CSR

Contributing scenario for the environment (related to consumer activities)

Conditions of use for the environment

Amounts used, frequency and duration of use (or from service life)

Other conditions

Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste (including article waste)

Other conditions affecting environmental exposure

Releases to waste and the environment

ReleasesWasteEnvirRepopen allclose all

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Exposure of the environment

ExpEnvirRelatedToRepopen allclose all
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Exposure of humans via the environment

ExpRelatedToRepopen allclose all
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Consumer uses

Registration/ Notification status for the use:
use registered according to REACH Article 10; total tonnage manufactured/imported >=10tonnes/year per registrant
Contributing activity / technique for the environment
Name of activity / technique:
GES7 - Consumer end-use of air care products
Environmental release category (ERC):
ERC8a: Widespread use of non-reactive processing aid (no inclusion into or onto article, indoor)
Contributing activity / technique for consumersopen allclose all
Name of activity / technique:
CS1 Air fresheners aerosol : aqueous, non-aqueous, concentrated (mini-aerosol, Timed release aerosol) ; AISE C17
Product category (PC):
PC 3: Air care products
Name of activity / technique:
CS2 Air fresheners non aerosol [a) perfume in/on solid substrate (gel), diffusers (heated) AISE C18; [b) candles AISE C18]
Product category (PC):
PC 3: Air care products
Substance supplied to this use in the form of:
in a mixture
Subsequent service life relevant to this use:
no
Related assessment:
use assessed in an own CSR

Contributing scenario for the environment (related to consumer activities)

Conditions of use for the environment

Amounts used, frequency and duration of use (or from service life)

Other conditions

Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste (including article waste)

Other conditions affecting environmental exposure

Releases to waste and the environment

ReleasesWasteEnvirRepopen allclose all

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to the environment

RelWasteEnvirRep2open allclose all
Release from the site to::
wastewater
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
ambient air
Release estimation method:
ERC
Release from the site to::
non-agricultural soil
Release estimation method:
ERC

Release to external waste

Exposure of the environment

ExpEnvirRelatedToRepopen allclose all
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
PECopen allclose all
Exposed compartment:
freshwater
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
marine water
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sediment (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
sewage treatment plant
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
air
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
agricultural soil
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (freshwater)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
top predators' prey (marine water)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposed compartment:
predators' prey (terrestrial)
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES

Exposure of humans via the environment

ExpRelatedToRepopen allclose all
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
EUSES
ContribScenConsumersRepopen allclose all

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.215 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
ECETOC TRA consumers
Version of exposure estimation tool:
3.1 (R15)

Contributing scenario for the consumers

Linked contributing activity:
f6576a98-22b0-411d-bb81-bbf01ea1d291

Product (article) characteristics

Physical form of the used product:
liquid
OtherProductCharacteristicsRepopen allclose all

Amounts used (or contained in articles), frequency and duration of use/exposure

ConditionsOfUseRepopen allclose all

Information and behavioural advice for consumers

ConditionsOfUseIndicatedInAdviceRepopen allclose all

Other conditions affecting consumers exposure

OtherConditionsAffectingConsExpRepopen allclose all

Exposure of consumers

Reference
Assessment entity name:
Constituent 1: (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene
Relation to registered substance:
(group of) constituent in the registered substance
Related composition:
Composition 1
Composition 2
Additional information:

This multi-constituent substance is composed of two constituents of similar structural and functional groups, (4R)-4-isopropenyl-1-methylcyclohexene and (4R)-4-(2-methoxypropan-2-yl)-1-methylcyclohexene. For human health hazard and risk assessment, the substance can be assessed as a single entity, with a high degree of confidence, by employing the highest vapour pressure and molecular weight for use in exposure estimation. This can be compared against reference values derived from toxicity data generated on the bulk material. For environmental assessment, relevant data needed for exposure assessment are available on each constituent (i.e. vapour pressure, water solubility, partition coefficent, adsorption/desorption and aquatic toxicity studies). Data on biotic degradation (ready biodegradability) are only available on the bulk material, indicating that the substance is not readily biodegradable. Each constituent has contrasting profiles relating to it's environmental fate and behaviour in different compartments, therefore the most suitable approach for environmental risk assessment is to assess each constituent individually. This is consistent with the approach for performing risk assessments of complex substances using the block method (ECHA, ECHA/2008/02/SR30).

Assessment Entity - Constituent 1:

This assessment entity will be used for human health exposure assessment and risk characterisation. Constituent 1 has the higher vapour pressure of the two constituents and will thus result in the most conservative exposure assessments in the risk assessment. Constituent-specific (where relevant) environmental data will be used to perform a constituent-based exposure estimation and risk characterisation for the environment.

ExposureEstimationopen allclose all
Type of exposure:
inhalation (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0.036 mg/m³
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
dermal (external) long-term exposure
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)
Type of exposure:
oral (external) long-term intake
Exposure estimate:
0 mg/kg bw/day
Exposure estimation method:
exposure estimation tool
Exposure estimation tool name:
Consexpo
Version of exposure estimation tool:
1.0.1 (web)