This is the letter I sent them. We'll see if I get a reply.
I'm emailing you about your article on PET plastic bottles here: http://www.snopes.com/medical/toxins/petbottles.asp
You reference only one link. If you read that article you will note that he is only referring to dioxins. Obviously dioxins are not in plastic bottles. However, if you read it carefully you will note that he admits that endocrine-disrupting phthalates are used: "Phthalates are environmental contaminants that can exhibit hormone-like behavior by acting as endocrine disruptors in humans and animals. If you heat up plastics, you could increase the leaching of phthalates from the containers into water and food."
That's what he says. Note that Europe has banned a fair amount of phthalates in children's toys. Their nature as endocrine disrupters is not really disputed among scientists, as you would like it to appear.
Now, maybe DEHP is not an extreme health risk, but you should be honest about the fact that it is does exhibit hormonal effects.
Note this page to begin with: http://pubs.acs.org/cen/coverstory/83/8346specialtychem5.html
There is plenty of other data out there. If you want me do direct you to it, please reply, otherwise, I'll leave the research to you.