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No data for terrestrial organism found. In the absence of experimental data on soil organisms data, PNEC (Soil) was generated from data for aquatic organisms (Equilibrium Partitioning Method, EPM). As the substance does not indicate high adsorption (log Koc <3) and is not persistent nor very persistent; and there is no indication that the substance is very toxic (EC/LC50 <1 mg/L for algae, daphnia or fish), the substance belongs - according to REACH Guidance R.7C Table R.7.11-2 - to soil hazard category 1. Further, as the exposure assessment based on PNECsoil (screening) does not indicate the risk for terrestrial compartment (all RCRs to all compartments are well below 1 and all the supported uses are therefore assessed to be safe) no further testing is proposed for terrestrial toxicity.