There have been numerous emails circulating about dioxins leaching into your food from plastic containers when used in a microwave oven. We are not the resin manufacturer; however, in doing some searches on the internet from credible sources, we found information that could be useful for our customers who plan on using some of our containers in the microwave.
Once you leave our website, please know that the other websites have no connection to ours and the views/opinions on the subject are their views/opinions and do not necessarily represent the views/opinions of United States Plastic Corp.
Here's a link to plasticmythbusters.org, who will explain more about the emails currently circulating.
This is a link to plasticsinfo.org, who has more information about using plastic products in the microwave.
Please contact us with any other questions you may have.
Title: Using Plastics in the microwave
Description: Here are a few websites with answers about what kinds of plastics can be used in a microwave as a result of the on-going debate regarding how dioxins might leach out into your food.
Last Edited: 9/19/2013
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