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Edited on 11/17/2016
DOW has developed a new technology without bisphenols for interior coatings of cans.
Edited on 10/03/2016
ECHA wants to improve its support for the substitution of hazardous chemicals and contribute to the improvement of methods and practices for the analysis of alternatives.
Edited on 07/11/2016
The European Commission has asked ECHA to carry out a survey about the use of bisphenol S in thermal papers.
Edited on 02/25/2016
The French Ministry for Sustainable Development (MEDDE) is setting up a working group coordinated by the INERIS and the MEDEF to prepare a guide dedicated to the substitution of chemicals, and intended to be applied in particularly to endocrine disruptors.
Edited on 01/14/2016
A bioplastic from milk protein is under development for the food packaging in the form of flexible pouches. These packages could eventually replace containers using previously Bisphenol A.
Edited on 01/12/2016
In order to simplify your research of alternatives to bisphenol A, a table compiling all the information about BPA substitution available on the SNA-BPA website has just been published !
Edited on 11/24/2015
The PLASTIPAK PACKAGING group has put on the market a range of sterilizable PET Thermalite jars.
Edited on 11/09/2015
The French group ROQUETTE (5th producer in the world of starch) launched production at its site in Lestrem (Pas-de-Calais, France), of isosorbide POLYSORB® which is presented as an alternative to bisphenol A for producing polycarbonates.
Edited on 09/28/2015
Metal lids for closing food glass packaging (as jam jar) are available on the market.
Edited on 08/27/2015
“Algoblend®” is an alternative to polycarbonate for the production of food containers, but also other articles in rigid plastic. This material is based on marine brown algae.