What is BPA?



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    BPA is an abbreviation of the chemical bisphenol A. It’s been used in industry since 1905, commonly in the manufacture of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. In 1983, the U.S. National Academy of Science conducted studies on BPA, finding that it’s not carcinogenic and that human exposure to it, through containers holding food or water, is not at a level to pose risk. In the news of the past few years, BPA has been highlighted as leaching into the water and causing damage to humans. Ideas about whether or not it’s safe depend on the assessment and risk standards used to evaluate it.

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