A while ago a toy (not LEGO) I bought for my kids was recalled from the manufacturer because the paint on it was apparently found to be toxic.
Now, i have never heard anyting about LEGO specifically, but I have heard that plastic toys have had toxins such as bisphenol A in them. Im not sure if there are any proof out there it is actually dangerous, but it has certainly been debated.
Im just curious what steps LEGO have taken to make sure the bricks are safe and free from toxins? I have been building LEGO for 30 years or so and I like to think I have no larger defects
, so it probably very safe to use LEGO. But I would still like to know how the folks at LEGO look at the 'toxins in plastic' issue.