So far in the Reduce Junk Mail challenge I have shown you how to sign up to the Mail Preference Service and Unaddressed Mail Opt-Out to stop the postman from delivering junk mail. But you may still be getting unwanted leaflets and free newspapers delivered by individuals. To some extent these are inevitable. Short of keeping a vicious dog in your front garden you can't really stop people pushing stuff through your letter box if they are determined. But you may be able to reduce the amount by making it clear that you don't want them. "Another Mel" recommended putting a "No Junk Mail" sticker on your letter box. You could make one of these yourself, or download this poster, print it out and display it near your letter box.
If you click on the picture it takes you to an 82Kb A4 size jpeg. It should download instantly across broadband but if you're on dial-up I'd set it running then go and make a cup of tea whilst it loads.
If you do use the poster, I'd love to see a photo of it displayed by your door. Email me your photos, and let me know whether or not you're happy for them to be published on this blog.