Washing and reusing of plastic containers, yes or no?
Consumer should be informed that most of plastic containers, especially the ones with the recycling symbols, contain bisphenol A /that is used for food consumption, including baby bottles and meal containers/ but washing and heating increase chemical leaking and contamination of food which may in return affect multiple generations in the term of birth defects and cancers. Are we ready to save environment by harming ourselves and our children in process?
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