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Russell Kaye
No, we don't sell 'um and you probably don't need to go out and buy one, either. Just look at the recycling code.

When considering plastic storage boxes for archival storage check the recycling number and DO NOT use 3 or 7.

Polyethylene, Polyester and Polypropylene of various types is OK with 2 (HDPE) being the preferred choice but LDPE (4) is OK for archival storage.

Here's a useful link.

http://www.morrisoncountyhistory.org/plasticsid.pdf
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techwriter
Russell, thanks for the information.  Helps a lot.
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signal6271
Russell Kaye wrote:
No, we don't sell 'um and you probably don't need to go out and buy one, either. Just look at the recycling code.

When considering plastic storage boxes for archival storage check the recycling number and DO NOT use 3 or 7.

Polyethylene, Polyester and Polypropylene of various types is OK with 2 (HDPE) being the preferred choice but LDPE (4) is OK for archival storage.

Here's a useful link.

http://www.morrisoncountyhistory.org/plasticsid.pdf


Thanks for the info.
Tony [biggrin]
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Springfield
Thanks Russell for sharing the information related to the different types of plastic containers. I always wondered what those numbers meant on the containers but never researched further.
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