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A reusable bottle is a bottle that can be reused, either for multiple trips to a bottler or is reused ... Early glass bottles were often reused: milk, water, beer, soft drinks, yoghurt etc. Mason jar...

What You Need To Know Before You Reuse That Plastic Water Bottle

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Aug 14, 2014 ... Bacteria can harbor in the cracks, posing a health risk,” they wrote. In addition, “ reuse of plastic water bottles can lead to bacterial ...

What Are the Dangers of Refilling Plastic Water Bottles ...

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Jun 23, 2015 ... Plastic bottles may leak chemicals into the water when reused, especially if ... phthalates, which may be linked to reproductive health problems.

Is reusing water bottles safe? | Go Ask Alice!

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Mar 24, 2015 ... The refillers say that washing and reusing water bottles is safe, particularly if they are ... BPA is typically found in plastic bottles made of polycarbonate (which bear the number 7 and the letters "PC"). ... General Health archive.

Plastic bottles and cling film | Cancer Research UK

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Mar 24, 2015 ... Some of them also talk about microwaving food in plastic containers or ... Hoax emails have circulated claiming that reusing, heating or freezing water bottles ... food in plastic containers or wrapped in cling film can affect the risk of cancer. ... to cause cancer" (link is external) or other health problems.

Reuse of Plastic Bottles : snopes.com

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Does reusing or freezing plastic water bottles cause them to break down into ... by FDA for food-contact applications and would not pose a health risk even if it ...

FAQs: The Safety of Plastic Beverage Bottles - Plastics Info

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Get safety info on freezing plastic water bottles and reusing plastic bottles made ... the food it contains and that any transfer does not pose a risk to human health.

Reused PET plastic drink bottles are not a cancer risk - Cancer ...

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A health scare surrounding PET plastic bottles began in 2002, when on a Japanese television program a scientist voiced concern about freezing water in plastic ...

Reusing Plastic Beverage Bottles Causes Harmful Chemicals to ...

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Email Rumor: Reusing Plastic Water Bottles Releases Dangerous ... bottles, before allowing them on the market, so they won't pose a risk to human health.

How harmful is it to drink from a plastic water bottle? - New Statesman

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Oct 1, 2015 ... And even if you end up reusing those bottles, they could still ... birth weight, this is still concerning given the greater potential health risks with ...

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Reusing Plastic Bottles Can Pose Serious Health Hazards

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Learn the dangers of reusing plastic bottles as well as some safe alternatives. ... are safe to reuse at least a few times if properly washed with hot soapy water.

Will I poison myself if I reuse this plastic water bottle? | Grist

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Sep 1, 2014 ... Q. Is it OK to reuse the bottles that bottled water comes in? Sometimes when I am at a conference the bottled water they have is in a really ...

Are Plastic Drink Bottles Safe to Reuse for Drinking Water? | Home ...

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Reusing plastic drink bottles is not recommended, as it increases the likelihood of ... bisphenol A (BPA), which is under much scrutiny for its potential health risks.