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PBT assessment: overall result

Reactive Scarlet F07-0522
Type of composition:
legal entity composition of the substance
State / form:
solid: particulate/powder
Reference substance:
Reactive Scarlet F07-0522
Reference substance:
Reactive Scarlet F07-0522
Reference substance:
Reactive Scarlet F07-0522
Reference substance:
Reactive Scarlet F07-0522
PBT status:
the substance is not PBT / vPvB

The test substance is not readily or inherently biodegradable, however, experimental studies on hydrolytic effects demonstrated that the substance does undergo hydrolysis at environmentally relevant pH, with a half life of 2.7 days at pH 7, and shorter than one day at pH 9, at 25°C. As such, degradation is anticipated via this route.

Due to its good water solubility and low solubility in n-octanol (log Kow < -4.5) the test substance is considered to be not bioaccumulative.

While chronic aquatic toxicity data are not available, the substance is not considered toxic based on consideration of the acute aquatic toxicity data (including results of studies in fish, daphnia and algae), which do not fulfil the screening criteria for toxicity based on the EC50 values of these studies. No repeated dose toxicity to humans is known. In addition, due to the absence of effects seen in the reproductive toxicity screen study (OECD 421) and the negative assessment of mutagenicity the substance is neither classified for CMR properties nor for repeated dose toxicity/specific target organ toxicity upon repeat exposure. Thus, the substance also does not fulfil the T-criterion.

Consequential, the substance is considered neither PBT nor vPvB.