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Environmental fate & pathways

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Aquatic bioaccumulation

Regarding aquatic bioaccumulation, the substance is thought to have limited bioaccumulation potential, at least not enough to be classified as a (very) bioaccumulative substance. Using TGD BCF fish model, the predicted BCF values for the components > 10% are below 4.5 L/kg wet-wt (See Chemical Safety Report, section 8). The predicted values are far below the threshold value of 5000 L/kg for a very bioaccumulative substance, and well below the value of 2000 L/kg for bioaccumulative substances.However, as the substance is not manufactured inand at formulation or use waste is not disposed of via a waste water treatment plant, but incinerated, the environment is not expected to be exposed.

Terrestrial bioaccumulation

As the substance is not manufactured inand at formulation or use waste is not disposed of via a waste water treatment plant, but incinerated, the environment is not expected to be exposed.