California Decides Not to List BPA as a Toxic Chemical

July 28, 2009
Category: Uncategorized

The Natural Resources Defense Council has filed a legal petition with the California Environmental Protection Agency asking for another review of Bisphenol-A (BPA). Earlier this month, a California scientific panel voted unanimously not to include BPA on California’s list of known developmental and reproductive toxins. If classified as a toxin, the presence of BPA would have necessitated a warning label under CA’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act.
AAHF has published extensively in Pulse of Health Freedom about the emerging science linking BPA to reproductive and developmental toxic.

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