“BPA Free” Now Under Attack

news_views_icon“Meet BPA-Free, The New BPA,” By Steve Hentges.bpa_free_a
There’s an emerging trend, of late, in the seemingly endless saga of the chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which is most commonly used to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. Although the BPA saga has not yet become completely passé, much of the attention that had been given to BPA is now focused on alternatives to BPA. Indeed, it seems that BPA-Free is becoming the new BPA. For what seemed an eternity, BPA had been at the center of a perfect storm comprised of scientists, regulators, legislators, environmental activists and the media. Their collective fascination with BPA struck many as bordering on obsession. Read more.

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