Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 10:26:45 -0500
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From: Timothy Hauser <Timothy.Hauser**At_Symbol_Here**PROMEGA.COM>
Subject: Re: Options for Food/Drink Shelving Outside Lab
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My advice is to keep them very small so the empty cans and f ood wrappers don’t pile up. Something that will only hold 1-2 cans of sod a and a cell phone are fine.


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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Options for Food/Drink Shelving Outside Lab< /o:p>

I'm looking for some wall-mounted shelving options for food and drink storage outside the lab.  Please let me know if you hav e any off-the-shelf recommendations.

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