Salvage and Recovery Services
for Libraries

We fully appreciate the impact of the absence of irreplaceable materials such as books, documents, and data. We are keenly aware of the importance of reliable and cost-effective recovery and will do all in our power to help you. Our many years in this business have given us a broad scope of experience that uniquely qualifies us to handle a wide range of restoration challenges.

Document Reprocessors is the company of choice for the Library of Congress, major businesses, and private and government agencies. However, our best credential is our track record and past history of successes. The following partial list of past projects will offer some idea of the scope and range of capabilities offered by Document Reprocessors. Specific customer referrals are available upon request.

The Township of Blairstown, New Jersey | 2001 – Fire

  • Document & Police Report Images: Over 1,000,000

  • Blueprints: 8,000

  • Plus: Maps, Ledgers, &, Tapes

The Quinlin Company, Providence, RI | Water Main Break

  • Medical Charts: 21,000 Patient charts

  • Labeling: 240,000 Labels

  • X-Rays: 480,000 X-rays processed

  • Job Duration: 6.0 months

Detroit Public Library, Detroit, MI | 2000 – Water Main Break

  • Books: 30,000 inventoried and packed out

  • Rare Books: 1,000 “Rare” book Cryo-drying

  • Books Dried: 30,000 Thermaline® vacuum freeze-dried

  • Film & Pictures: 7,000 Cleaned and processed

  • Job Duration: 4 months

Emory Medical Clinic – Atlanta, GA | November 1999 – Water Loss

  • X-Rays: 980,000 X-Rays processed

  • Medical Charts: 120,000 dried, restored

Spring Field, Springfield, NJ | September 1999 – Flood

  • Documents: 600,000 copies

  • Labelling: 55.000 Labels

  • Job Duration: 5 months

Canadian Airlines, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | May 1991 – Fire

  • Aircraft Maintenance Files: 85,000 dried, inventoried, database, copied

  • Job Duration: 5 months

 

Marshall Fields Department Store, Chicago, IL | May 1992 – Flood

  • Architectural Drawings: 40,000 dried, inventoried, a database produced

  • Job Duration: 5 months

 

Boston Horticultural Society, Boston, MA | April 1995 – Flood

  • Rare Books: 1,000 “Rare” book drying process

  • Job Duration: 8 months

 

Los Angeles Public Library Los Angeles, CA | April 1986 – Fire Damage

  • Books: 2,000,000 inventoried and packed out

  • Books Dried: 600,000 Thermaline® vacuum freeze-dried

  • Job Duration: 4.5 months

 

Harrison County Clerk’s Office, Kentucky | January 1997 – Flood

  • Court Ledgers: 1,000 dried, cleaned, reproduced

  • Job Duration: 6.0 months

 

Clarian Health Facility Indianapolis, IN | April 1998 – Flood

  • Business Material: 960 cubic feet VFD

  • X-Rays: 375,000 X-Rays processed

  • Job Duration: 3.5 months

 

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Santa Rosa, CA | Feb. 1998 – Flood “El Nino”

  • Business Material: 400 cubic feet vacuum freeze dried

  • X-Rays: 125,000 X-rays processed

  • Job Duration: 2.5 months

 

Stanford University Library, Stanford, CA | Feb. 1998 – Flood “El Nino”

  • Books Dried: 72,000

  • Thermaline® Vacuum Freeze-Dried Books Restored: 72,000, hand cleaned – 90% returned immediately to shelves

  • Job Duration: 4.5 months

 

Baxter Cardiovascular Group Records Center, Irvine, CA | Nov. 1996 – Fire Damage

  • Microfiche: 2,200,000 fiche images

  • Aperture Cards: 280,000 aperture cards

  • Small format: 800,000 images filmed, blipped, including separator sheets

  • Large format: 35,000 images filmed, mounted as aperture cards

  • Job Sheets: 100,000 images copied

  • Database: 3,200,000 recorded database prepared with multiple fields

  • Job Duration: 14.5 months

 

Contra Costa County Courthouse (4) Martinez, CA | Sept. 1995 – Fire Damage

  • On-Line Record Center: 200,000 files identified, restored, reordered

  • Reproduction: 2,500,000 images photocopied

  • Job Duration: 10.5 months