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  1. Usually means it's made at least partly of recycled plastic.

    2 Answers · Environment · 10/05/2016

  2. 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

  3. That was because of an estrogen like chemical called BPA, which was seeping out of them, feminizing males...

    2 Answers · Environment · 05/04/2014

  4. ... to brain disorders. Plastic bottles, even BPA free, may contain other chemicals that could leech into your water. ...

    2 Answers · Environment · 11/02/2014

  5. 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

  6. Person 3: Will ye ever shut up, I'm trying to get some work done!

    1 Answers · Environment · 29/12/2013

  7. 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

  8. Looks like they are now BPA free.

    1 Answers · Environment · 06/08/2013

  9. 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

  10. 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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