Custom BPA Free Plastic Water BottlesBulletin Bottle has a large selection of custom plastic BPA-free water bottles. Each of our custom BPA-free water bottles is designed to be printed with your logo or messaging. BPA, also known as Bisphenol A, is a chemical that is used in the production of some plastics and resins. While the FDA has banned the chemical in certain instances, a more widespread ban has not occurred. Bulletin Bottle has taken a strong stance on the issue. From Tritan to PETE—and every plastic in between—we pledge to make your safety a priority and will only carry BPA-free water bottles.
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BPA, also known as Bisphenol A, is a chemical that is used in the production of some plastics and resins (and other things like CDs and DVDs and thermal cash register tape). It also has generated controversy about its impact on human health and development.While the FDA has banned the chemical in certain instances, like baby bottles, sippy cups, and formula packaging, a more widespread ban has not occurred. However, many companies—like ours—have taken a strong stance on the issue. ...READ MORE...BPS (No, That’s Not a Typo) and Bulletin Bottle
By now most of you know what BPA is, or at least that you likely want to avoid it when possible, especially in your water bottles. Good news on that front…all of Bulletin Bottle’s products are BPA free (read here for more information). So, what happens when the factory can’t use BPA anymore? What do they do? Well, they use an alternative. One of those (and there are MANY) is commonly referred to as BPS. But let’s back up. ...READ MORE...Why You Want BPA Free Plastic Water Bottles
Bulletin Bottle [.com] features a hand-picked selection of custom water bottles. But, did you know that we only carry BPA free plastic water bottles on our website? But, what is BPA and why should you care about that? BPA stands for Bisphenol A. It’s an industrial chemical that has been used in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins since the ‘60s. Epoxy resins can be used to coat the inside of aluminum products (among other things), and polycarbonate water bottles were very popular up until research showed that BPA can leach into the food or drink being stored in the container. The FDA has banned BPA in certain instances, but a more widespread prohibition has not occurred. ...READ MORE...BPA Free Bottles: Still the Best Option
BPA has been a regular player in consumer products for more than 40 years, and for at least ten of those years its safety has also been questioned. This week, yet another study has been published about exposure to and negative effects of BPA—this time in canned foods. It again reinforces the importance of choosing only BPA free bottles for your drinking water. ...READ MORE...Buying BPA Free Bottles Wholesale? 5 Things to Know
Buying BPA free bottles wholesale is a great way to save money on your water bottle project. It also shows that you’re putting your recipient’s safety first. But, what is BPA and what do you need to keep in mind? Here are five things to know about buying BPA free bottles wholesale: Why you should care. BPA is a chemical that’s used to harden certain plastics and resins. These plastics are used in containers that store food and beverages (like water bottles). Some research has shown that BPA can leach into food or beverages from containers that are made with BPA. Additional research suggests a possible link between BPA and health effects. Why should you care? Um, health and safety. ...READ MORE...