July 14, 2008
We all get too much junk in our mailboxes these days and it would be nice to not have so much stuff to throw away. Now, there's a way to get rid of most of those unwanted catalogs that are clogging things up.
It's called catalogchoice.org and it's a fairly easy way to reduce the number of catalogs.
That in turn will help the environment because not as much waste will be created.
You just go to the website, fill in some easy information to get started. Then you pick out the catalogs you don't want anymore from a list. Enter in the customer ID number on the catalog and that should be it. You can even make a suggestion for another catalog to be added to the list if it isn't only there already.
The one downside is you have to go catalog by catalog. You can't just opt out of all catalogs at one time.
Just go to http://catalogchoice.org.
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