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Epidemiology: No information available. A weak induction of gene mutations has been reported. Neurotoxicity: No information available. Biodegradation of EDTA in aerobic soils is the dominant removal mechanism, although biodegradation in anaerobic soils is negligible.
EDTA is not expected to bioaccumulate in aquatic organisms, adsorb to suspended solids or sediments or volatilize from water surfaces. Environmental: EDTA and its chelates are expected to leach readily through soil and significant volatilization from soil is not expected.
If released to water, EDTA is expected to complex with trace metals and alkaline earth metals. Biodegradation of EDTA is expected to take place relatively slowly under aerobic conditions and to be negligible under anaerobic conditions. Cometabolism has been suggested as the mechanism for EDTA biodegradation. EDTA may react with photochemically generated hydroxyl radicals half-life days and it may photodegrade. Other: None. Section 13 - Disposal Considerations Chemical waste generators must determine whether a discarded chemical is classified as a hazardous waste.
Additionally, waste generators must consult state and local hazardous waste regulations to ensure complete and accurate classification.