Talk about an idea whose time has come!
We've worked hard at reducing our catalog consumption -- we've battled junk mail ... But what about phone books?
We never actually use them anymore, but we still find stacks of them on our doorstep every so often. Sure, we can recycle them ... but wouldn't it be better if less of them were produced in the first place?
That's, in a nutshell, the mission of YellowPagesGoesGreen.Org -- to help municipalities and local governments around the country establish ordinances to mandate that Yellow Pages and White Pages are only delivered to homes and offices that ask for them.
You can sign up on the site to stop receiving phone books.
We think the site is relatively new -- as there is a link to a blog with zero content. However, we remain hopeful.
Do you ever use the phone book anymore? When we're home we use the internet and when we're out we use 1-800-GOOG-411. How about you?