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Finally a way to stop those catalogs from filling up your mailbox!: I think this website has an excellent idea in helping to stop unwanted catalogs from reaching millions of homes only to be thrown away. Catalog Choice is a project promoting the adoptiong of better industry practices by reducing needless waste in our environment. They off you a place to securely order only the catalogs you want to receive and to stop receiving the ones you don't. Unfortunately they do not yet have a way to stop any and all catalogs from coming to your home. I find this to be the only negative point for Catalog Choice and commend them for their work to keep our environment clean.
Great site to utilize a new idea for going green: This site is a great idea for solving a problem most of us think about but don't really know what to do about it: paper waste. Most of us think about recycling, printing double sided, or using Green paper, but how about something you probably haven't put a lot of thought into? Minimizing your junk mail to save paper. Catalog choice provides users with a service that allows them to communicate with business that send them catalogs, magazines, ads, etc that just end up getting wasted. Users do have to sign up to access the service, but it is free of charge and requires minimal information. The site is simple and easy to access; it does its job without bombarding the user. The only complaint is that there is enough information to explain what the site does, but not enough to make the user feel secure with giving out their information. Security is very important to the user and the site could be a bit more descriptive with some resources as a backup. Overall, great concept and good site.