Banning BPA Is One Thing, But What About Its Replacements?
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Dominique Browning writes an important article in the New York Times about the problem of getting rid of Bisphenol A (BPA) but replacing it with alternatives that may not be any better, or in fact might be worse. For example, TreeHugger has written positively about Appleton's BPA-free thermal paper for reciepts; in fact, Browning writes that we may just be substituting one risk for another. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger