Five Things You Shouldn't Throw Away & How to Reuse Them. Learn what to do with five common household items you might be chucking in the trash. In other words, how to save money, help the environment and feel better about yourself!
Makers of water bottles, including Camelback, now sell products that don't contain BPA, a chemical that can mimic the sex hormone estrogen. But a new study says that even if they don't contain BPA, most plastic products release estrogenic chemicals.
Is It Safe to Reuse Plastic Food Containers? - long article with good info. in short, stick to containers numbered 2, 4 or 5 on the bottom, and you should be safe in avoiding the leeching of nasty chemicals. margarine and yogurt containers, and other similar ones, can even be reused. kitchen, food, safety, frugal. lj
Snackadium, A Customizable Set of Plastic Food Containers for Making Sports Stadiums Out of Game Day Snacks