30 Mar '16, 4pm

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Unfortunately, there’s some more troubling findings from the tests. Many of the other cans that didn’t have BPA contained other chemicals that are also problematic. Many of those other cans had acrylic resins that contain styrene, a chemical linked to cancer, or polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a plastic made with hazardous chemicals like the known human carcinogen vinyl chloride. The phrase the health groups use to describe this is “regrettable substitution,” meaning manufacturers swap out a toxic chemical, but then use another problem chemical in its place.

Full article: https://ecowatch.com/2016/03/30/cans-lined-toxic-bpa/

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