Preparing to Salvage Wet Documents and Water-Soaked Books
When we arrive on site, we will meet with you and coordinate our activities to accomplish our tasks. Our sole objective is to recover your wet materials as quickly and efficiently as possible. Your Document Reprocessors coordinator will work with you to establish an orderly set of document salvage and recovery procedures.
Coordinating Document Salvage Activities
We will bring everything we need with us — you will not need to provide any equipment unless we specifically ask you to do so. If we have brought our mobile equipment to begin freeze-drying all or a portion of your documents at your location, please make arrangements to provide us with access as close as possible to the document site.
Have Your Disaster Summary Available
If you haven't already done so, take the time to create a written summary of the scope and location(s) of wet documents, water-damaged materials, water-soaked books, flooded or damaged magnetic media, and/or any/all other records and archives we'll need to address. Each of these requires special planning and handling — and we're equipped to do it. Call Document Reprocessors if you have questions or would like help creating your list.