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    Create awareness of Chemical element found in plastic water bottles

    Thanks to this little website you will learn what is Bisphenol A (BPA), how it comes in contact with our food and why you should be aware of it. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical product derived from Oil, and it's used in the production of various types of plastic products. When diluted in water, Bisphenol A is invisible but as a raw material appears like white flake or powder, more or less like the snow.



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    Hi All

    You can buy BPA free plastic storage items at your local supermarket, just look for a label saying BPA free

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    Ever since I have learned about BPA, I make sure that the feeding bottles and water bottles that I use for my kids are all BPA-free. I hope manufacturers would stop producing products that contain harmful chemicals, but I think that is still far from reality because most of them are concern about profit rather than safety of consumers.

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    Plastic bottles being used in our daily lives and are greatly affect our lives, if BPA found in bottles like water bottles and baby bottles. BPA should be banned from the food supply plastic containers too.

 

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