Steven Hentges, executive director of the polycarbonate/PBA unit of the plastics division of the American Plastics Council, will participate in an online chat about the safety of bisphenol A at noon Central Time today (1 p.m. Eastern, on Monday, Dec. 3) on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Web site. The chat is part of the newspaper's Watchdog Report on chemical safety. The second part of the feature, specifically on BPA, ran on Sunday. It will be interesting to see what sorts of questions Hentges gets from Journal Sentinel readers after they've read the newspaper's coverage. Last week, the newpaper hosted an online chat with Frederick vom Saal, the University of Missouri professor whose research has focused attention on the safety of BPA.
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