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Inventory of Restored Documents

Document Recovery Catalog: Preparing for Relocation

As each wet document reaches a stage of full recovery, it is meticulously labeled, put in its proper sequence, and organized in association with others from its group. We then catalog all recovered documents for later relocation, creating a critical record of all water-damaged document recovery activity. This method insures accurate accounting and greatly simplifies the task of relocation, particularly in cases where large amounts of materials must be transported and replaced.

Introduction
Flood Aftermath
Fire Damage
Wet Books
Document Reprocessors
Experience & Credentials
Document Recovery Plan
First Contact
Arrival on Site
Pre-Packout Inspection
Begin Packout
Orderly Packout
Ready to Ship
Organization
Moving and Rollout
Shrink Wrapping
Loading for Transport
Arrival and Unloading
Refrigeration
In Cold Storage
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Recovery Phase
Thermaline
Drying Process
Vacuum Drying
Cleaning
Book Restoration
Moisture Tests
Document Integrity
Cataloging
Copying
Packing for Shipment
Shipping Labels
Ready to Ship
Relocation
Back on Site
Replacement
Restored Books
Job Completed
Disaster Plan
Conclusion
Creating a catalog of recovered documents for eventual relocation
Creating a catalog of recovered documents for eventual relocation
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Critical Records of Recovery Activity

Depending on the scope of the disaster, wet documents can come from many diverse locations from within the same site. In addition, there may be may different types of water-damaged archives to reconstruct. We therefore rely heavily upon the inventory lists created during packout to reconcile every document during the cataloging stage. This is the best way to be certain that all of your recovered water-soaked materials are correctly accounted for and end up in their proper places during the relocation phase.

Preparing for Archive Reconstruction

As we move through each state of the recovery process, we reach certain milestones designed to provide you with intact, well-ordered document sets. Please call Document Reprocessors if you need additional information about our cataloging methods and procedures.

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