Environmental information is missing on fass.se for sotalol (2021-11-12). It is voluntary for manufacturers to provide information on environmental impact on fass.se.
Persistence. It cannot be excluded that sotalol is persistent, due to the lack of data.
Bioaccumulation. It cannot be excluded that sotalol bioaccumulates, due to the lack of data.
Toxicity. It cannot be excluded that sotalol is toxic, due to the lack of data.
Risk. Risk of environmental impact of sotalol cannot be excluded, due to the lack of environmental toxicity data.
Sotalol has been detected in treated wastewater and surface water in Region Stockholm, Sweden, 2018. The concentrations in treated wastewater have been up to 176 ng/L and in surface water up to 4.9 ng/L.
Sotalol is on the EU's watchlist of substances whose concentrations in groundwater should be monitored in the Member States for environmental reasons.
Author: Health and Medical Care Administration, Region Stockholm