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EC number: 249-079-5
CAS number: 28553-12-0
DINP is readily biodegradable and therefore is not considered to accumulate in the environment. Additional simulation waste water treatment plant and sediment tests confirmed this assumption demonstrating a half life of approximately 1 day for DINP analogues and mono ester of DINP.
DINP is readily biodegradable. Studies to
assess the biodegradability of DINP in simulation tests (water and
sediment) are not needed becasue sufficient data are available to assess
its degradation in these compartments. A study using an analogue, di
n-nonyl phthalate, resulted in 91% biodegradation after 7 days using
treated waste water. The biological half-life was less than 1 day. In a
natural marine sediment the mono ester (mono isononyl phthalate) of DINP
exhibited a relatively rapid rate of biodegradation , with a measured
half-life of 23 hours.
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