Let's Get Started Getting Rid of Junk Mail
Unsolicited or unwanted mail, often called "junk mail"can be a nuisance for you, while also using up valuable natural resources and contributing to pollution and litter problems. Although much of the junk mail is accepted in most local recycling programs, junk mail that is not recycled depletes precious landfill space. Now you can take control of your mailbox and help to protect our environment.
How Did I Get on These Mailing Lists?
Every time you provide your name and address to receive a product or service, there's a good chance you are being added to one or more mailing lists. When you buy a car, have a baby, make a purchase from a catalog, give money to a charity or fill out a product registration card, your name and address will likely be entered into a computer database and sold to bulk mailing companies.
How Do I Get Off These Lists?
On the left side of this page are links to information about how you can stop a significant amount of junk mail from being mailed to you.
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N.C. Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service • Mailing Address: 1639 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1639 • Physical Address: 217 W. Jones Street, Raleigh, NC 27603 • Toll Free: (877) 623-6748