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    Which Plastics are Safe – Which are Not?

    By Mark Schauss | March 24, 2008

     Here is the list, thanks to the magazine Green Guide (get it today, it’s well worth it). The numbers are those you see within the triangle on bottles and other plastic containers.

    Topics: Health, Environment, Global Warming | 5 Comments »

    5 Responses to “Which Plastics are Safe – Which are Not?”

    1. Sabrina Hea Says:
      June 2nd, 2009 at 10:50 pm

      thx for the info. its really good. we are doing a project about plastics which are safe and recyclable and that was the information we needed. Not many other websites had info like that, thx again!!!!! 😀

    2. Emma Chapman Says:
      June 3rd, 2009 at 2:23 pm

      thanx im doing the project with Sabrina & she is right, that is the info we needed. THANX!!! 😀 :)

    3. Alejandro Nicol Says:
      September 25th, 2009 at 7:13 pm

      I need to know if polyethylene tanks are safe for honey storage during short periods (less than 1 week). PE tanks are so much less expensive than SS.
      I assume virgin, non pigmented PE.
      Thank you

    4. Sumangala Says:
      January 14th, 2010 at 2:16 pm

      Would you please tell me the latest findings on PP…I had understood from this article that #5 was safe (storing food/microwaving)..now I hear it is NOT.
      Please help!
      Thank you!

    5. joanne Says:
      March 16th, 2010 at 7:46 am

      Is polypropylene in a chenile braided rug safe for babies and young children to play on?
      thank you.