This report, published in 2010, sets out the conclusions of a survey conducted in the USA among companies operating in the food sector by Green Century Capital Management (a strategy consulting firm specialising in responsible investments, founded by an NGO partnership in 1991) and As you sow (an NGO founded in 1992) to determine the extent of the action they had taken or planned to take to replace BPA in food packaging. It follows on from the report published in 2009.
This report, published in 2009, sets out the conclusions of a survey conducted in the USA to determine the position of food industry companies on the presence of BPA in food packaging and the actions they had taken or planned to take to replace it.
This report, published in 2004 by the Danish EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), details the different uses of BPA and the possible alternatives to its use in drinks cans and food tins, polycarbonate items, thermal paper and printer ink.
ANSES has produced a report reviewing the possible alternatives to BPA in its different fields of application. BPA is primarily used in polycarbonate, in epoxy resins coating the inside of food tins, and as a developer in thermal paper (till receipts). 73 alternative solutions were identified. Link to the ANSES report on BPA replacement.
Another report, in two volumes, presents the results of a collective study assessing the risks posed by BPA to human health.