PlastiPure helps manufacturers create water bottles and other plastic products that have no estrogenic activity.
July 15, 2013 The case focuses on a line of plastic resins made by Eastman Chemical. The resins don't contain BPA but may indeed act like estrogens, two other chemical companies allege. Eastman is suing.
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FDA makes it official, banning the chemical BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups.
July 17, 2012 Years after chemical companies stop using BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups, the Food and Drug Administration announces a ban. But consumer groups say FDA should do more and ban BPA from all food containers.
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