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Industry Hits Back at Advocacy Group's Claims on Bisphenol A

8:38 AM MDT | June 3, 2011 | Alex Scott

The polycarbonate and bisphenol section of industry group Plastics Europe (Brussels) has emphatically rejected claims made by advocacy group the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR; Washington, DC) that industry has been creating myths about the environmental profile of bisphenol A (BPA). CPR published a white paper on the topic yesterday.   “The claims included in the CPR press release are in contradiction to the science-based consensus of government agencies across the world which have reviewed the vast body of science on BPA,” says Jasmin Bird...

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