Discussion Question – BPA (Bisphenol A) is a high production volume (HPV) chemical under TSCA that is a reproductive.
BPA (Bisphenol A) is a high production volume (HPV) chemical under TSCA that is a reproductive, developmental, and systemic toxicant. Human exposure is primarily through food packaging.
Since 2010, BPA has been banned or regulated in several countries (including Canada) and since then 13 states (Links to an external site.) and some local governments have also regulated it.
The US EPA and FDA have some guidelines (Links to an external site.) and have been considering regulations over the last decade but have not regulated.
- Consider the reason that some regulatory authorities find enough harm from a chemical to ban or regulate it, while others do not. Why is there a difference in different jurisdictions?
- What is the result of this pie
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