Go Green stamps dedication ceremony
Stamps reflect our American culture, icons and lifestyles. As only the Postal Service can, we have issued stamps on nearly every imaginable topic. Our Go Green stamps dedication ceremony was held at Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School in Washington, DC.
Dedicating officials were Deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson.
“We’re creating a culture of conservation at the Postal Service that will have a lasting impact in our workplace and our communities,” Stroman said. “These Go Green stamps carry 16 simple, green messages that have the power to help make the world a better place for us and future generations.”
“With these Go Green stamps, the Postal Service is reminding us of the important steps we can take each day to have an impact on the world around us,” Jackson said.