VBVPVariational Boundary-Value Problem
VBVPvery Persistent and very Bioaccumulative
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Manufacturers of organic pigments have had to be quick off the mark because of the threat of relatively large numbers of pigments being classified as persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) or very persistent and very bioaccumlative (vBvP) which would mean their automatic inclusion on the candidate list.
Pigment makers have been worried that as a result of existing testing systems for PBTs and vBvPs they would be classified as hazardous because of their intrinsic insolubility, particularly with azo, diarylide and naphthol groups of pigments.