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[GreenYes] Re: Archival Environmental Papers
RE: Green Photography Resources

The paper industry has been moving towards alkaline pulping, away from the
acidic processes they used in the past which caused paper to deteriorate.
Many of the recycled paper manufacturers tell us that their papers are
"acid-free," which we show on our papers listings at
http://www.conservatree.com.

I take "acid-free" to mean archival, but if there is a higher standard that
you need for photographs, the companies that indicate that their papers are
acid-free are a good place to start in determining which meet your
requirements.

Susan

-- 
Susan Kinsella
Executive Director
Conservatree
100 Second Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118
415/721-4230
E-mail: paper@conservatree.com
Website: http://www.conservatree.com


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