Usually means it's made at least partly of recycled plastic.
2 Answers · Environment · 10/05/2016
...safe for food contact. Whether or not a particular product is free of BPA or not depends on the legal requirements of the nation it is...
6 Answers · Environment · 21/07/2014
Reverse osmosis makes very good water, but it's expensive and also wastes 3-5 gallons of water for every gallon it makes. One way to do it is to collect rainwater and use an RO system that's made for non-treated water, and simply run the...
6 Answers · Environment · 18/01/2014
Person 3: Will ye ever shut up, I'm trying to get some work done!
1 Answers · Environment · 29/12/2013
First of all, you'll never find "100% chemical free dinnerware" because everything is a chemical. So good luck. Some people feel glass products are safer than plastics. You can find lead-free ceramics, I would look for...
1 Answers · Environment · 12/09/2013
Call the town hall, they are equipped to direct you to the proper disposal, and do get rid of it, as just last week Dr. Oz had a show on how dangerous it is, never use in microwave, nor put hot food in it then store in refrigerator, the chemical changes in the plastics...
2 Answers · Environment · 03/07/2013
There are polycarbonate water bottles that are transparent but many people are concerned about BPA. If you're concerned about BPA, you may want to consider translucent polyethylene water bottles.
2 Answers · Environment · 25/06/2013
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