While you are correct that the vast majority of BPA in consumer products will be found in plastics, occasionally you will find them elsewhere. Receipts using carbon-less copy paper have been found to contain BPA as well as many receipts spit out by cash machines. Co-founder of the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, John C. Warner has said “the biggest exposures, in my opinion, will be these cash register receipts”, because the BPA is often loose and not bound in to a polymer. BPA has also been used with some success in making effective dental sealants.
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