|Formula or abbreviation||C9H11Cl3NO3PS|
|Uses||Insecticide of the organophosphate class (against bloodsucking and biting insects, soil pests, various household and storage pests, as stall delousing agent)|
|Impacts||Uptake through skin contact, mouth and respiration; damages the nervous system of insects by acting as a cholinesterase inhibitor.
Toxic for humans and animals, fish and bee poison, very toxic for amphibians
|Notes||Other names: Dursban, Empire, Eradex, Lorsban, Loxiran, Stipend
Suspected endocrine disruptor
The principal decomposition product in the environment, chlorpyrifos oxon, is more toxic to amphibians than the initial product.
|Thresolds (Annex 2 PRTR)|
|-||1 kg||1 kg|
Last modification 04.07.2018