It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally approved the first batch of a new class of bisphenol-A (BPA) and BPA and Bisphenyl-2A (BDMA) preservatives.
The products, which the FDA approved in July, are made from bisphene and have been around for a while now, but this is the first time they’re being sold in the United States.
The bispenes have been used in the manufacturing of things like polyurethane and other materials since the 1950s.
BPA is known for being an endocrine disruptor and it’s been linked to a range of reproductive health problems, including birth defects.
The EPA says that the new class is made from the bispene, BPA, and BDS (Bisphenols 2,3-dichloroethane).
This class of preservatives is a combination of BPA with a BDS compound, which has the ability to inhibit growth of certain bacteria.
There are two different kinds of Bisphene-2-BDS, one containing bisphenyltetrazolium bromide (BtTZ), and the other containing a chemical that reacts with the bactinin found in plants to produce a form of BtTz.
There’s also another chemical that is thought to have the ability of preventing BtTG from forming.
The compounds have a wide range of uses and many have been approved for use in cosmetics, electronics, food, and consumer products.
The FDA has already approved the use of these products, but the final regulations will require the companies that manufacture them to get a license.
There is also a separate class of BPS, which is made by mixing bispaxene with bispynol-2 (the BPA derivative).
It can be applied to all sorts of things.
The new class was approved by the FDA with only three other safety reviews pending.
The agency said in a statement that this new class has been approved as safe for use as a food additive and that it has been “reviewed by the Food and Nutrition Board.”
BPA has been found in many products in the U.K. and other countries, including food, water, cosmetics, and even some types of electronics.
It’s not the only bisphereene to be banned.
Other food- and pesticide-contaminated bisphenses include the polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), which was linked to birth defects in humans, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which are used in many plastics, paints, and paint thinner.