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Useful Links and Phone Numbers*


  • CatalogChoice.org is a nonprofit service for removing your name from specific catalog lists.
  • New American Dream provides more information on junk mail reduction, ways to ask Congress to create a national "Do not Junk registry", facts about junk mail and success stories.
  • Direct Marketing Association provides more information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail by registering with the Mail Preference Service.

  • The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse is a nonprofit consumer education, research, and advocacy program. Their publications empower you to take action to control your personal information by providing practical tips on privacy protection.

  • Green Dimes is a private company that charges to remove names from mailing lists.

  • 41pounds.org is a private company that charges to remove names from mailing lists.

  • JunkMailFixit is a private company that charges to remove names from mailing lists

  • Private Citizen is a private company that charges to reduce your junk mail and calls.

  • Tidy Mailbox is a private company that charges to remove names from mailing lists..

* These listings should not be construed as recommendations or endorsements by BAYROC or its sponsoring organizations. Listings are provided to help conserve natural resources and reduce the amount of materials sent to landfills.






      Local Counties and Cities who have junk mail reduction information:





  • City of Palo Alto provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received and also have their own Junk Mail Reduction Kit.
  • City of Oakland provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received.
  • County of Santa Clara provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received and they have their own Junk Mail Reduction Kit.
  • County of San Mateo provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received and they have their own Junk Mail Reduction Kit.
  • City of Vacaville provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received.
  • City of Napa provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received.
  • County of Sonoma provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received.
  • Town of Los Gatos provides information on how to reduce the amount of junk mail received.

If you have specific questions about how to reduce Junk Mail or receiving a Junk Mail Kit, you can contact your local Recycling Hotlines or the BayROC Campaign Coordinator.



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