Toilet paper is major emitter of bisphenol-A
Toilet paper, thus, was shown being an important source of xenoestrogen emissions to wastewater. Thermal paper again is assessed as being a major source for the contamination of recycled paper products with BPA. Because of the distinct contamination with xenoestrogens, both paper waste and recycled paper products should not be mixed with biological waste e.g. for co-composting or co-fermentation in order to derive organic fertilisers.Pay in cash and bring out the bidets? (The photo above came from zigzag zombie.)
Posted by Tristan Roberts on August 26, 2008
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