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Bisphenol A analysis
 25 Jan 2012

Following the 2010 reports challenging the non-toxicity of this substance, particularly for babies and young children, the usage of BPA was banned in the manufacture of plastic baby bottles. Baby bottles containing BPA have therefore been banned for sale in the European Union since July 2011. In the case of other materials containing BPA that may come into contact with food, the specific migration limit remains fixed at 0.6 mg/kg.
Recently CELABOR developed the BPA measurement method and is therefore able to assist you in testing all your products for BPA.



 
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