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Recycle your Junk Mail

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Junk Mail


Junk Mail


It is estimated that over 13 billion pieces of junk mail are delivered to Canadians every year. That adds up to about 450 pieces per person.

All junk mail is recyclable in the Fibres blue box.

You can register on-line for the "Do Not Mail/Do Not Call" program at this web site: www.cdma.org.

Most local distributors of unaddressed junk mail such as flyers, will respect a “No Junk Mail" sign on your mailbox.

The Red Dot Campaign is good to check out www.reddotcampaign.ca.

Recently, Canada Post, the largest distributor of junk mail, changed its policy of ignoring these signs, and they will now abide customers' requests to refuse junk mail.

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