Well, to be fair, all new SIGG water bottles—all those made since August 2008—are BPA free. If you have an earlier one, here’s info on how to return it. Not sure if the 1% for the Planet deal is still going forward, however, since Patagonia just ixnayed their partnership following SIGG’s reluctant embrace of truth (they had, for years, been believed to be BPA-free).
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