It definitely allows the market to open up for other reusable bottle countries. It remains to be seen whether Sigg’s reputation will rebound from the BPA but there now is a void for a non-BPA reusable bottle. It will be filled by many options at first, but it will be interesting to see if there becomes a clear leader in the BPA free segment of the market. It will also be interesting to see what happens to all of the water bottles, baby bottles, and food containers that contain BPA and how much waste will be associated with their disposal.
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