Science News discusses how receipts now use carbon-less copy paper and rely on BPA to print text in color. The big concern is that unlike polycarbonate bottles, the exposure here is a lot more significant. Not bound into a polymer, the molecules of BPA are loose and transferred by simply touching the surface of the receipt. So next time you get that piece of paper at the register make sure you
Sadly, this is unpublished research by John C. Warner, it would take years to get peer reviewed scientific articles to prove this worthy of attention. Not to mention the funding necessary for such an endeavor. Hm, maybe EWG would be up for the challenge?