70 Pages Of Rules On Screens

The defence department has issued 70 pages of specifications for new camouflage screens. A contract notice included details on how to write an instruction manual for using the small tarps – one page only, Concise Oxford English – and a requirement that screens mustn’t be made from PCBS. Canada outlawed the manufacture of polychlorinated biphenyls in 1977: ‘No cracking, peeling or flaking’.

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