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Diisopropanolamine

Synonyms and/or acronyms: DIPA
CASRN: 110974
Parameter 1: ORGANIC

Water Quality for the Protection of Aquatic Life

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Freshwater

Concentration (μg/L)

1600

Interim guideline.

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at
http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Date

2005

Marine

Concentration (μg/L)

Insufficient data

Date

2005

Water Quality for the Protection of Agriculture

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Irrigation

Concentration (μg/L)

2 000

Interim guideline.
Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at
http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Date

2006

Livestock

Concentration (μg/L)

Insufficient data

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at
http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Date

2006

Sediment Quality for the Protection of Aquatic Life

Freshwater

Concentration (μg/kg dry weight) - ISQG

No data

Concentration (μg/kg dry weight) - PEL

No data

Date

No data

Marine

Concentration (μg/kg dry weight) - ISQG

No data

Concentration (μg/kg dry weight) - PEL

No data

Date

No data

Soil Quality for the Protection of Environmental and Human Health

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Concentration (mg/kg dry weight) - Agricultural

180

Data are sufficient and adequate to calculate a Soil Quality Guideline for Human Health (SQGHH) and a Soil Quality Guideline for Environmental Health (SQGE). Therefore the soil quality guideline is the lower of the two and represents a fully integrated de novo guideline for this land use, derived in accordance with the soil protocol (CCME 1996;2006). The corresponding interim soil quality criterion (CCME 1991) is superseded by the soil quality guideline.

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Concentration (mg/kg dry weight) - Residential / parkland

180

Data are sufficient and adequate to calculate a Soil Quality Guideline for Human Health (SQGHH) and a Soil Quality Guideline for Environmental Health (SQGE). Therefore the soil quality guideline is the lower of the two and represents a fully integrated de novo guideline for this land use, derived in accordance with the soil protocol (CCME 1996;2006). The corresponding interim soil quality criterion (CCME 1991) is superseded by the soil quality guideline.

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Concentration (mg/kg dry weight) - Commercial

180

Data are sufficient and adequate to calculate a Soil Quality Guideline for Human Health (SQGHH) and a Soil Quality Guideline for Environmental Health (SQGE). Therefore the soil quality guideline is the lower of the two and represents a fully integrated de novo guideline for this land use, derived in accordance with the soil protocol (CCME 1996;2006). The corresponding interim soil quality criterion (CCME 1991) is superseded by the soil quality guideline.

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Concentration (mg/kg dry weight) - Industrial

180

Data are sufficient and adequate to calculate a Soil Quality Guideline for Human Health (SQGHH) and a Soil Quality Guideline for Environmental Health (SQGE). Therefore the soil quality guideline is the lower of the two and represents a fully integrated de novo guideline for this land use, derived in accordance with the soil protocol (CCME 1996;2006). The corresponding interim soil quality criterion (CCME 1991) is superseded by the soil quality guideline.

Supporting documents are available from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment at http://www.ccme.ca/publications/ceqg_rcqe.html?category_id=125

Date

2006

Tissue Residue Quality for the Protection of Widlife Consumer of Aquatic Biota

Concentration (µg/kg diet wet weight)

No data

Date

No data