Decorative Alcohol Bottles May Contain Toxic Levels of Lead and Cadmium Interview with:
alcohol, bottles, Dr Andrew Turner, PhD

Associate Professor (Reader) in Environmental Sciences
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences What is the background for this study? What are the main findings? 

Response: This study was part of a wider study to look at potentially toxic metals in everyday household and consumer products.

The main findings here are that many enameled bottles, mainly used to store alcoholic beverages, contain very high levels of cadmium and lead in the décor.   Continue reading