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Polypropylene storage boxes

From: Darby Johns <darby>
Date: Tuesday, November 11, 1997
Tim Edwards <sadete [at] hantsnet__hants__gov__uk> writes

>Does anyone have any views on polypropylene boxes for volume
>storage? ...

Several national archives have accepted polypropylene as being an
excellent archive material but Australia appears to be more advanced
in the design and availability of polypropylene boxes and enclosures.

A report "Archive storage--Paperboard or Polypropylene" is available
and a copy is submitted to you.

Our web site at <URL:http://www.albox.com.au/albox> does not include
boxes and enclosures, but the polypropylene photographic catalogue
may be of interest. The filing system is acid free, metal free,
adhesive free and has passed the P.A.T..  Regards,

Darby Johns

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