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Ecorazzi Asks: What Did You Do With Your BPA-Tainted SIGG?

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It’s been almost a month since the Internet exploded with the news that SIGG used BPA-tainted liners in its bottles prior to August 2008 — even after denying such accusations prior — and we’re wondering what steps everyone out there has taken to remedy this issue. Basically, there were three options: 1.) Return your bottle to the major retailer you bought it from and have them replace it with BPA-free version, 2.) Send it back to SIGG (on your dime) and wait for a new replacement to show up or 3.) Keep the bottle and take your chances.

So, choose one below– and drop us a comment if you’ve had a good/bad experience with the returns. (P.S. Don’t forget: If you plan on returning your bottle to SIGG, you have until the 31st of October to do it!)

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