Greenwashing anyone?

greenwash
/ˈɡriːnˌwɒʃ/
noun
1.
a superficial or insincere display of concern for the environment that is shown by an organization (1)

Hey cool!  Sprint's using an envelope that becomes another envelope.

Hey cool! Sprint’s using an envelope that becomes another envelope.

The only part of six pages (I'll grant them double-sided) going back.

The only part of six pages (I’ll grant them double-sided) going back.

Completely unnecessary content.  Sometimes they dump in retirement or insurance flyers too.

Completely unnecessary content. Sometimes they dump in retirement or insurance flyers too.

More wasted space.

More wasted space.

Blue= going back.  Green = recyclable after removing personal info.  Red = shred and throw away.

Blue= going back. Green = recyclable after removing personal info. Red = shred and throw away.

Out of six pages (three sheets) almost three are ads and filler. Subtract the useless white space on the first page and the whole thing, including Important Notices could be one double-sided sheet. I could use electronic billing/payment but Sprint’s password policy — the strongest password their system will take — is laughably weak.

(1) “greenwash.” Collins English Dictionary – Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition. HarperCollins Publishers. 29 Jan. 2015. Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/greenwash.