courtesy of denhaag.nl
Residents will still receive unaddressed advertising leaflets as of 1 July 2020 only if they place a Ja/Ja sticker on their letterbox.
Pick up stickers or order by mail
You can pick up the stickers as of 2 June at the city district offices in Escamp (Leyweg City Office), Haagse Hout, Laak and Centrum (City Hall Spui). Would you rather receive the sticker in the mail? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exceptions to the new rule
Some forms of unaddressed advertising fall outside the new measure. For example, free newspapers and letters from the municipality or from a network operator.
What does each sticker mean?
The new system will allow people to still receive free newspapers unless they have a Nee/Nee sticker on their letterbox. Do you currently have a Nee/Nee sticker or Nee/Ja sticker? These stickers will remain in force.
|On your letterbox||You get|
|Ja/Ja sticker||advertising and free newspapers|
|no sticker or the Nee/Ja sticker||free newspapers, no advertising|
|Nee/Nee sticker||no advertising and no free newspapers|
Minimising paper waste
The goal of this sticker is to minimise the amount of paper wasted. Advertising leaflets often end up being tossed away unread in the paper bin or in the regular household waste.
More information can be found at denhaag.nl/jajasticker (in Dutch).