- Member since Mon 17 Dec 12
Chemical element found on plastic water bottles is dangerous
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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- From North east england
- Member since Wed 05 Dec 12
Re: Chemical element found on plastic water bottles is dangerous
Yeah people need to know what they are using. Check the small print on water and juice bottles and you will be amazed how many say not to be reused. This is because once opened, the chemicals in some bottles start to break down and will contaminate any liquid you put into them. Don't just assume you can refill a bottle - check the packaging first.