US Postal Service Releases “Go Green” Stamp Collection

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This week, the United States Postal Service announced its latest social awareness stamp collection, called “Go Green” and featuring 16 different stamps, each with simple actions people can take to make their lives more eco friendly.

 

The Go Green Stamps

The US Postal Service has a 50 year history of releasing collections focussed around social awareness. In the past, there have been Animal Rescue collections, and promoting Amber Alerts to save missing children, but this year the theme is going green.

Each stamp carries a simple message and an animation of the ‘go green’ action being carried out. Check out images of all of the stamps below:

 

Buy the Go Green Stamp Collection

Now that you’ve seen all of the cool green stamps there are available, you probably want to order a sheet or two for yourself. Click here to check out the whole Go Green Collection at the USPS website.

 

Go Green sending mail in other ways

In addition to using stamps promoting eco-friendliness and going green, consider using eco-friendly packaging next time as well. The US Postal Service’s recyclable packaging is Cradle to Cradle certified (they are the first shipping company to achieve this certification), and the shipping packs are the same price as standard. So next time you have to send something by snail mail, make the green choice with Go Green stamps and eco-friendly packaging.

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