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The Norwegian Environment Agency has found low levels of bisphenol A in toys as shown on their commissioned study. The study is entitled as Survey of bisphenol compounds in toys and other articles intended for children.

The study used 26 samples of toys and other articles intended for children for bisphenol A compound. The analyses showed that eight of the 26 samples, but in a range from 2.3ppm to 29.5ppm — well below the threshold limit in toys of 3,000ppm.

The study was published on January 18, 2017.



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