There is no scientific justification for banning bisphenol A (BPA), as numerous studies and regulatory assessments have shown that BPA and BPA-based products pose no risk to human health or the environment. Moreover, banning would unnecessarily remove thousands of crucial everyday products from our lives - from CDs and unbreakable eyeglasses to car bumpers and hospital respirators - and would have a severe social and economic impact. Read more about BPA applications in our everyday lives.