Over the past several weeks, residents in and around Bloomfield, CT have raised concerns about the bottled water plant we will be building here. A great deal of information — not all of it accurate or complete — has been circulating.
Throughout our discussions and negotiations we have played by the rules, and your officials have, as well. BPA Bisphenol —A is a chemical building block that is used primarily to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins. Niagara does not use BPA in any of its products.
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