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Short-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates

EC50 (48h) = 8.6 mg/l

Toxicity to aquatic algae and cyanobacteria

LC50 > 100 mg/l

Additional information

Justification for classification or non-classification

According to the CLP Regulation (EC n. 1272/2008), Part 4: Environmental Hazards, the substances can be classified for hazardous to the aquatic environment when the following criteria are met:

A )Acute (short-term) aquatic hazard

Category Acute 1: 96 hr LC 50 (for fish) and/or 48 hr EC 50 (for crustacea) and/or 72 or 96 hr ErC 50 (for algae or other aquatic plants) ≤ 1 mg/l

B) Long-term aquatic hazard

(iii) Substances for which adequate chronic toxicity data are not availableand the substance is not rapidly degradable and/or the experimentally determined BCF ≥ 500 (or, if absent, the log K ow ≥ 4).

Category Chronic 1:96 hr LC 50 (for fish) and/or 48 hr EC 50 (for crustacea) and/or 72 or 96 hr ErC 50 (for algae or other aquatic plants) ≤ 1 mg/l

Category Chronic 2: 96 hr LC 50 (for fish) and/or 48 hr EC 50 (for crustacea) and/or 72 or 96 hr ErC 50 (for algae or other aquatic plants)> 1 to ≤10 mg/l

Category Chronic 3:96 hr LC 50 (for fish) and/or 48 hr EC 50 (for crustacea) and/or 72 or 96 hr ErC 50 (for algae or other aquatic plants) > 10 to ≤ 100 mg/l

The Daphnia study would lead to a classification for aquatic toxicity. Different results were obtained in the study on "toxicity to aquatic algae". Further studies on long-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates are however in progress. For this reason the information available till now don't lead to a clear outcome. Waiting for new information, the results available can be considered as inconclusives.

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