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EC number: 701-008-3
CAS number: -
The evidence suggests that exposure of
Sancticizer® 278 to water dwelling organisms is expected to be minimal
and chronic exposure unlikely. Any acute effects in aquatic organisms
that have been detected, occur at concentrations in excess of the water
solubility limit and no effects at the limit of water solubility have
been detected in chronic tests. It is therefore unlikely that measurable
effects are going to occur in a chronic fish test. A chronic fish study
is unlikely to offer any further information on the toxicity of
Sancticizer® 278 to organisms in the aquatic environment and therefore
this endpoint has been adapted in favour of animal protection.
The measurable effects on soil
microorganisms indicate that further data on effects on soil dwelling
organisms would be required for the environmental assessment. To support
the terrestrial environmental assessment an OECD 222 and OECD 208 study
have been commissioned and will be conducted in Q4 of 2019.
Further justification is provided in
Section 13 'Chronic Fish Endpoint Adaptation and Testing Strategy.'
This endpoint has been adapted based on the
following information and for the purposes of reducing testing on
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