I am writing to apologize. As Chief Executive Officer of SIGG, a leading maker of reusable water bottles, I made a mistake when I decided not to announce that our old bottle liner contained trace amounts of bisphenol A.
Steve Wasik, chief executive officer of SIGG, has made an astonishing admission: the company's aluminum water bottles manufactured before August 2008, were made with epoxy resin that contains bisphenol A (BPA).
My first introduction to the inanity of plastic over-usage was having children. There's nothing quite like the mountains of toys and packaging that only seem to be enjoyed during the "opening" portion of a birthday present.