January 9, 2013
by Guest Post
The MU study is not claiming that BPA is safe, but that the previous series of studies are not reproducible. COLUMBIA, Mo. — Following a three-year study using more than 2,800 mice, a University of Missouri researcher was not able …
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August 6, 2008
Wastes of plastic bottles, the polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, are now one in the list of the export commodities for Bangladesh. The plastic bottles are mainly containers for beverages.