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John,

You might ask the Archives list your question.

Chris Flynn
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 4:04 PM, John Guthrie
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> Good afternoon all,
>
> We are in the process of developing a city guide for appropriate paper to
> use for different types of documents. I am looking for any standards that
> apply to the use of paper for archival preservation and if there are any
> sources dealing with use of recycled paper. Archival issues are addressed,
> however there are a few staff that feel recycled paper is the ultimate and
> end all solution.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> (Yes Steve, I know you hate paper, however sometimes you just have to give
> out copies, or need original signatures, or want to keep something longer
> than a floppy disc/memory stick/etc. will last)
>
> John Guthrie
> City Clerk Records Manager
> City of Oceanside
> 760-435-3004
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