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EC number: 442-390-9
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on the expected releases and partitioning behavior of MV 31, laboratory
studies on the biodegradation and bioaccumulation in the water, sediment
and soil compartments are not relevant for the evaluation of PBT
properties of this substance. An
evaluation of its fate in the environment shows that it will not be
present in terrestrial or aquatic compartments due to release patterns,
volatility and water solubility. MV
31 is, therefore, not persistent in these media. The
“B” criterion in aquatic organisms is not met due to lack of exposure. MV
31 does not induce at least a 50% effect on aquatic organisms at the
limit of media solubility. Data
from mammalian studies indicate that this substance is not toxic to
mammals and the calculated KOA indicates that MV 31 will not
bioaccumulate in air-breathing organisms. Therefore,
MV 31 does not fulfill the criteria for bioaccumulative (“B”) or very
bioaccumulative (“vB”) or toxic (“T”).
conclusions of the preliminary PBT assessment, based on available data,
are that the criteria for PBT/vPvB are not met based on expert judgment
and laboratory data. Further
testing to confirm lack of bioaccumulation and chronic aquatic toxicity
is not deemed necessary due to lack of exposure.
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