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carbonless

(ˈkɑːbənləs)
adj
containing no carbon
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KEY WORDS: asthma, carbonless copy paper, case--control study, paper dust, photocopiers, population-based.
Carbonless copy paper came under scrutiny as early as 1987 as a possible work-site health risk Chemicals used in the paper's coating reportedly make some users ill.
Smith has been involved in several lawsuits concerning her health reactions to the product, and she has joined other members of the Carbonless Copy Paper Injury and Information Network in filing a suit against 22 paper manufacturers under California's Proposition 65.
The petition alleged that imports of carbonless copy paper from Japan had risen in terms of "absolute quantity and market share.
The incumbent will deliver custom various items such as paper supplies - Copy paper A4 and A3 in different weights and whiteness index- Offset quality A4 and A3 in different weights and index white paper- Laser copier paper A4 and A3 in different weights and whiteness index- File- Bristol paper in different sizes and different weights,- Carbonless paper in different colors and weights,- Carbonless copy paper in different colors and weights,- Thermal inkjet plotter coil- Draw up coil PPC.
When my patients become ill from pesticide spraying, they usually do not head for an emergency room, where they typically experience long waits in an environment containing germicidal residue, scented products, carbonless copy paper, hospital linens with heavy fabric softener, and other exposures.
Carbonless copy paper, photocopiers and computers expose users to respiratory ailments and headache pain, according to a recent study.
ODB-1 is mainly used in conjunction with other chemicals to coat paper for carbonless copy paper, while ODB-2 is used for thermal image applications.
NCR manufactured carbonless copy paper at the site using PCBs from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Acquisition consists in Categories I-V, Office Supplies, Copy Paper, Cardboard and carbonless copy paper, envelopes, as well as photocopiers, fax, multifunction printers and printer cartridges.