Why BPA Free?

In 2014 and 2015 a number of studies in Europe came to the conclusion that the chemical, currently used in a number of food containers and every day consumables, has the potential to have impacts on several human health endpoints.

In 2016 the WTO and EU banned the distribution of thermal receipt paper that contains BPA (Bisphenol A) in alignment with the publication of Regulation EU2016/2235 of December 2016. This ban has yet to have made it's way into Australian law, however it is understood that Coles Supermarkets are currently using BPA and Phenol Free receipt paper rolls, taking measures to protect staff and customers from the impacts.

This site is produced to raise awareness of the issues that BPA is causing within our community and to monitor the actions of large manufacturers as they come to terms with the demands of the community for BPA-Free products.



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