How To Save Trees and Cut Down on Waste

Robyn Hobbs

Do you ever receive mail that you don’t want (aka, junk mail)? There is so much waste on paper for mail that nobody wants 😞 It is time to change that.

I literally could cry thinking about all the trees cut down for junk mail only to be recycled by us 🗞🌱

According to the Center for Development of Recycling at San Jose State University, an American adult receives 41 pounds of junk mail a year.

To produce this much paper requires cutting down between 80-100 million trees annually. If left standing, these trees would absorb 1.7 million tons of CO2 per year.

If you are fed up with junk mail that you never read and feel unsettled about all the wasted paper, I have a simple solution for you.

This magnet is the perfect solution to all that junk mail. You can place it on or in your mailbox and enjoy no more junk mail. Best of all, it looks attractive while getting your message across. Our trees thank you. 🙏

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