Do PET bottles or containers contain BPA?

No.  PET does not contain any BPA.  Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a compound used to make polycarbonate, a different type of plastic that's found in some baby bottles, the lining of metal cans, and reusable sports bottles.  PET does not contain BPA and it is never intentionally added.  Some legislators and consumer groups are concerned there might be a possible connection between BPA in polycarbonate and possible effects on children  although BPA has been extensively studied and ruled safe by many international health authorities.  These concerns have caused  confusion about which plastics contain BPA,  PET does not contain any BPA.