A fungus among us might help recycle BPA bottles

Water BottlesMany of us are stuck with a collection of BPA water bottles that we’re afraid to drink from or dispose of. Fear not! Scientists in India may have found a way to recycle the unrecyclable. From GizMag:

When polycarb is broken down in the recycling process, or even when it’s just left in the dump, its BPA content is released. Where it ends up is a question that has a lot of people worried. A new study, however, indicates that fungus could be used to keep BPA at bay.

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