Problem about your source is that it appears to be sponsored by the trade association of producers of BPA... kind of like a lead mine saying "lead isn't really that bad for you."
The main point of that website is that there isn't enough data to be sufficiently sure that it is bad for you. A very similar approach taken by most companies who argue against EPA or FDA regulation.
In your defense however, the CDC takes a similar approach:
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