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EC number: 931-607-7
CAS number: -
For classification purposes, the
classification of the UVCB is based on the hazard of the constituents.
This has been determined following CLP mixture toxicity rules using the
For risk assessment purposes, the assessment
covers the risks posed to all relevant environmental compartments by
releases of selected environmental driving constituents during the
production and use of the refinable substances. Exposure assessment has
been undertaken separately for each of the driving constituents. These
are arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, silver and zinc.
The refinable substances have variable composition and may not contain
all of the environmentally hazardous constituents so the generic
exposure assessment for each refinable substance only considers the
environmental classification for this substance has been derived using
the MeCLAS tool. The classifications for Lead bullion, PGM rich, are
grouped classifications based on the composition profiles. This approach
has been used for lead bullion, precious metal rich, as it consists of a
small and relatively uniform (yet still sufficiently variable to be
considered a UVCB) group, where a number of composition profiles are
expected to be manufactured and/or imported.
the speciation used for classification, please refer to the table in CSR
drivers are (worst case) assumptions and do not necessarily represent
real species/mineralogical composition.
bullion, PGM rich
MeCLAS tool has been used to derive the classification for lead bullion,
precious metal rich, on the basis of its composition, showing that it
would be classified for the environment under CLP as Aquatic Acute 1
(H400) and Aquatic Chronic 1 (H410).
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