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To make kiddie pools
2017-01-10 09:33:47
It’s no surprise that as temperatures rise and summer dawns, parents have questions about the safety of the plastics used to make kiddie pools.
Many of these hot weather havens are made with polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This is less than desirable. PVC is known as the “poison plastic” thanks to its remarkably toxic production and disposal processes as well as the fact that it contaminates both people and the environment with the endocrine-disrupting phthalates, which easily leach out of it. Since phthalate leaching increases when PVC is exposed to heat, this is clearly a concern for pools sitting for hours in the sun.
When shopping for a kiddie pool, look for those made from hard plastic, specifically types #2 or #4. Take a pass on any pool model made from #3 plastic—the recycling symbol for PVC. If you can’t locate an arrow on the bottom of the pool, keep in mind that inflatable kiddie pools are virtually always made from PVC and should be avoided.

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