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EC number: 932-165-8
CAS number: -
Statement on terrestrial toxicity
Since the test substance Vinasses,
residue of fermentation and all other members of the category are
readily biodegradable, a chronic exposure of terrestrial organisms is
excluded. The ready biodegradation implies good metabolization in
microorganisms, and presumably vertebrates as well, which is underlined
by the toxicokinetic assessment for the category members. Furthermore,
due to the lack of any toxicological or ecotoxicological effects, it can
be safely assumed that there is no risk from any of the category members
for terrestrial organisms. This assessment is underlined by the fact
that Vinasses have been used as animal food for decades and also by
their use as fertilizer.
Statement on toxicity to birds
As Vinassess are not classified as
toxic or harmful, and due to the lack of any toxicological or
ecotoxicological effects, the substances are not considered to cause
toxic effects in predators. Thus, a study with birds is not needed due
to animal welfare reasons and no PNEC oral is derived.
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