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Hazard for aquatic organisms

Hazard for air

Hazard for terrestrial organisms

Hazard for predators

Additional information

The reliability of the studies was judged as not assignable (score 4) because of the lack of study details. This would represent an obstacle to use the studies results for the classification and labelling (C&L) of the substance. However, the studies were previously presented within the context of a regulatory framework and the lack of details available to us does not necessarily mean that these studies have to be discarded. Moreover, the little data available for this substance suggest the possibility of some kind of harm, that should not be disregarded while waiting for more robust information.

Therefore, even with the above mentioned limitations, the studies were considered in order to define the C&L of the substance.

Conclusion on classification

In absence of criteria for choosing the most reliable study for C&L, in case of conflicting results the study providing data of higher concern was used to provisionally define the C&L of the substance. According to Directive 67/548/EEC and to Regulation (EC) n. 1272/2008, the substance should be classified fot its environmental hazard as follows: - DSD: R50/53 N - GHS: chronic env. tox. cat. 1 H410 This proposal is based on the following data presented and discussed in the pertinent endpoints: - EC50 (72 h) for algae < 1mg/l - absence of biodegradation in water - log Pow > 3