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Biodegradation in water, sediment and soil and identification of degradation products are not required according to Annex IX because of a combination of three aspects: for sediment and soil, no adsorption is expected (i.e. no exposure) + degradation is unlikely and highly dependent on media, bacterial and nitrate contents, so that as a worst-case it seems more relevant to consider an absence of degradation; + investigation of degradation is not useful for PBT/vPvB assessment as there is no relevant bioaccumulation in fish.