Some recycled toilet papers on the market contain BPAs because manufacturers use high-BPA papers to create their tissue fibres (thermal, fax and telex papers are particularly icky).
We, on the other hand, focus on sourcing high quality raw materials, mostly from schools that are close to our factories with a small amount coming from post industrial sources. Our papers– loose leaf, textbooks, paper off cuts, journals– should not contain any BPAs. We conduct BPA testing on a regular basis with a third party agency to make sure our fibres are as clean as a fresh pair of socks.
It is important to note, however, that each batch is different. As such, we're unable to 100% guarantee that the product is BPA free. But we are certain that any trace amounts would be in such minuscule quantities that any risk of harm would be extremely low. All of this is to say, don’t worry! It's totally safe. We did the worrying and due diligence for you.