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PBT assessment: overall result

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Tall Oil, compound with diethanolamine
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legal entity composition of the substance
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solid: bulk
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Tall Oil, compound with diethanolamine
Type of composition:
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PBT status:
the substance is not PBT / vPvB
Justification:

The target substance (TS), Tall Oil, Compound with Diethanolamine, does not meet the criteria of a PBT or vPvB substance, as defined under Annex XIII of REACH. As the TS is UVCB in nature (due to the variability in the tall oil component), all twelve identified constituents (see section 1.2) were assessed and found to be not PBT and not vPvB.

The TS is readily biodegradable, based on standard ready biodegradation test, and is thus unlikely to persist in the environment. It is not P and not vP.

All twelve identified constituents of the TS are predicted to be non-bioaccumulative, with BCF values ranging from 2.3 - 200 L/kg, well below the REACH bioaccumulation threshold of 2000 L/kg. The substance is predicted to to be not bioaccumulative (not B) and not very bioaccumulative (not vB). The prediction is based on validated QSAR.

The substance (all constituents) is not classified as a CMR substance, nor does it exhibit signs of chronic toxicity that warrant classification. Furthermore, in the long term toxicity study on Daphnia Magna the NOEC value ( = 1 mg/l) is sufficiently high as to not satisfy the criterion for 'T' in that regard. It is however classified as STOT RE2 based on read-across from one of the components, diethanolamine. This makes it 'T'.

The substance is considered as toxic but is not consIdered as PBT as it has not meet the other criteria (P,B).