A: John's answer is completely unacceptable. BPA is found in thermal paper like receipts, that are often accidentally mixed in with paper sent to recycling, which these are made from. If you're not verifying your recycled paper content is BPA free, then I'd hazard a guess it likely isn't.
A: Hello Mberger - We understand your concern with ensuring items are BPA-free. Paper towels are not plastics and do not have BPA. Thank you for reaching out! - John
A: Hello Tori - We appreciate your interest and concern with this product. We do not intentionally add formaldehyde to our products. It may be helpful to know that formaldehyde occurs naturally in wood. Since formaldehyde is highly soluble in water and due also to its low boiling point, it is likely that formaldehyde may be present only at trace levels in the paper. I hope this answers your question regarding this item. - Devan
A: Hi - Thanks for asking about the Everspring™ paper towels. Yes, the paper towels can be composted if used to wipe up food areas. Thanks for checking. - Terry