Junk mail

Junk mail
Photo of No Junk Mail sticker on mailbox
If your household says 'no' to advertising material, you could save almost 1,000 pieces of unwanted material annually. Junk mail canterbury bankstown If your household says 'no' to advertising material, you could save almost 1,000 pieces of unwanted material annually. Recycling; Waste and Recycling; Rubbish

 Photo of No Junk Mail sticker on mailbox

If your household says 'no' to advertising material, you could save an average of 1,000 pieces of unwanted material each year.
Just by putting a 'No Junk Mail' sticker on your letterbox, you will be helping to reduce the amount of paper (and associated water and energy) used to produce retail catalogues. You’ll also be helping to reduce unsightly litter.  
‘No Junk Mail’ stickers are especially effective in reducing unaddressed advertising material from members of the Australian Catalogue Association (most of the big retailers) who have signed up to the ​Distribution Standards Board Code of Practice. They can also help reduce flyers from local real estate agents and restaurants.

You can also register on the Direct Marketing Association's Do Not Mail service which will limit the amount of unsolicited (but addressed) advertising mail you receive.  

Drop into one of our libraries or customer service centres to pick up a free 'No Junk Mail' sticker or call Council’s Resource Recovery Team on 9707 9000.