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Friday, September 10, 2004
UA prof refutes bottle toxicity
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New study contradicts previous findings that Nalgene bottles unsafe

Studies done last year found popular Nalgene water bottles to be potentially toxic, but new research, done in part by a UA professor, suggests the bottles do not pose a risk.

A study done by the University of Missouri reported that a chemical called bisphenol-A seeps into water that is stored in polycarbonate plastic, the same kind used in Nalgene Lexan's outdoor water bottles. [Read article]

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