Send Plastic Packing: Keep Your Business Plastic Free

The day to day runnings of an office can seem fairly innocuous, but bisphenol-A is present in a lot of materials that aren't always obvious offenders. While the task of making an office plastic free can seem really daunting, here are a few examples of simple changes that can be made to eliminate toxins like BPA from a workplace. As many now know, bisphenol-A lurks in receipts because it is used to fix ink to the paper. Plastic is used in a range of office supplies, from packing peanuts to bubble wrap to adhesive stickers, and is also present in nearly all books.

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