by Breck on Jan 26, 2011 at 4:51 PM

 

Plastics News

This is a good article for bottled water folks to read on challenges we all face with suggestions on how to convey a message to consumers.

"For example, only 22.5 percent identified polycarbonate as a potential candidate for leaching bisphenol A. Nearly 60 percent weren’t sure what products BPA could leach from, while 28 percent said polyethylene plastics leach BPA, 23 percent said polypropylene could do so, and 9 percent said aluminum cans coated with water-based epoxy could leach BPA."

 

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by Breck on Jan 6, 2011 at 5:19 PM
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This article is not abpower drinks recycled into ethanolout bottled water, but interesting. If your beverage of choice can also fuel cars...

Four Loko, Other Drinks Turned Into Ethanol in Va. 

 

 

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