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Monday, February 12, 2007



All junk mail catalog companies who do not use recycled paper to print their catalogs. FACT: 98 of 100 catalogs end up at the city dump. According to Greendimes, it costs 100 million trees a year and 28 billion gallons of water to support this voracious appetite. The typical American household receives about 70 pounds of junk mail a year. It is “junk” because with control over your names and personal data, you would receive only the advertising mail you wanted.


Arizona Crazy Cowgirl said...

I'd like to interview to you.
Can you email me a number to call?

Kendra said...

Hi, thanks for letting people know about GreenDimes! GreenDimes is happy to help folks reduce their junk mail by getting them off direct mail lists and unsolicited offers, and opting them out of the catalogs they no longer want (while keeping the catalogs they do want!). AND GreenDimes plants a tree for every member every month.

Through the end of March, you have the chance to do even more good by signing up - GreenDimes is giving new members 25 BONUS TREES! Already a member?
Then refer a friend using your GreenDimes Friends tab and we'll give both of you 25 bonus trees. Learn more at www/

Thanks again for the post!
Kendra at GreenDimes