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Based on the experimental results obtained with the analogue cyanuric acid (100% degradation, DOC removal 8 h), the read-across approach is applied and Trisodium cyanurate is considered biodegradable, under test conditions.

Soil Adsorption Coefficient was calculated using PCKOCWIN v2.00: Koc : 5.916 L/kg (MCI method) Log Koc: 0.772 (MCI method)

Since Trisodium cyanurate is biodegradable, according to Annex IX column 2 of REACH, biodegradation in soil and biodegradation in water and sediments studies, do not need to be conducted.

Since Trisodium has log Pow<3, according to Annex IX column 2 of REACH, the study of bioaccumulation: aquatic / sediment doe need to be conducted.