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TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee initiative more than doubled 20,000-pound goal; more than 1,000 volunteers participated in 56 cleanups Volunteers from across the state participate in No Trash November cleanups.Link to… Read More
TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee initiative more than doubled 20,000-pound goal; more than 1,000 volunteers participated in 56 cleanups Volunteers from across the state participate in No Trash November cleanups.Link to… Read More
You may not realize it, but your holiday celebration this year might be creating more litter than you think. The good news is there are many ways you can reduce… Read More
He never expected to be a piece of talking trash, much less be on a show with Red Plastic Cup.  Grumpy Food Container is the smartest guy on the set… Read More
Everyone in America Should Live in a Beautiful Community. That’s the theme of the Keep America Beautiful 2020 National Litter Study released earlier this year.  The study found that there… Read More
Student-athletes, coaches and staff participate in Nov. 5 cleanup along Ed Temple Blvd. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nov. 3, 2021 – Tennessee State University (TSU) Athletics is teaming up with Tennessee… Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee announces No Trash November, a month-long statewide initiative encouraging Tennesseans to participate in cleanup events in their communities. “As we approach… Read More
TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee launches statewide cleanup in partnership with Keep Tennessee Beautiful affiliates and Adopt-A-Highway groups NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nov. 1, 2021 – Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody… Read More
We are ready for No Trash November, a month-long statewide activation to clean up Tennessee and everyone is invited! We are rallying all the volunteer groups who regularly help pick… Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by observing October as Adopt-A-Highway month. The completely free program offers individuals, community groups and civic organizations a means to clean up their communities and receive roadside recognition. Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by observing October as Adopt-A-Highway month. The completely free program offers individuals, community groups, and civic organizations a means to clean up their communities and receive roadside recognition. Read More
Here’s what we know and what you can do about it. It might seem obvious that litter on the roadways ends up in our waterways, but when you break down… Read More
The 652-mile Tennessee River has long defined our communities. It serves as a vital source of drinking water and electricity for many Tennesseans and generates much of our local economy through transportation of goods and tourism opportunities. Read More
You obviously care about the environment and want to help keep Tennessee beautiful. There are three easy steps to getting involved in the Nobody Trashes Tennessee Movement: 1. DON’T LITTER… Read More
Article by TDOT Commissioner Clay Bright Tennessee’s transportation system is recognized as one of the best in the nation. In July, CNBC’s annual study, “America’s Top States for Business,” ranked the state… Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — In 2020, the Tennessee Department of Transportation and their community partners removed 21 million pounds of litter from roadways and cleaned up 4,023 illegal roadside dumps across the state. To help end littering, TDOT began the Nobody Trashes Tennessee Campaign. Read More
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – The Tennessee Department of Transportation launched their newest phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign Tuesday. Read More
The next phase of the campaign includes expanded statewide public education initiatives and additional resources and support for TDOT’s 95 county partners. The litter on Tennessee’s 96,167 miles of public roads – 4,022 of which are classified as scenic – impacts public safety, takes away from the state’s natural beauty, and is an enormous financial and environmental burden to the state, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official… Read More
Wondering about the new campaign spokesperson for Nobody Trashes Tennessee? Here’s a little background on Red Plastic Cup and why he’s here. He was thrown from a car as if… Read More
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter in the state. The department launched the next phase of their Nobody Trashes Tennessee campaign, which features fun new characters to help spread awareness. Read More
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. Read More
Keep Knoxville Beautiful (KKB) will be hosting their first annual East Knoxville Community Cleanup on Saturday, September 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The event will kick off at Eternal Life Harvest Center East, 2410 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Knoxville, TN, 37915. Read More
MARYVILLE, Tenn., July 27, 2021 – Clayton, a national home builder of off-site and on-site built homes, has launched Clayton Impact, an innovative paid volunteer program available to all company team members, including full-time and part-time employees. This new volunteer program will help Clayton fulfil its vision to develop housing innovations that improve lives and build a better tomorrow by empowering team members to volunteer for meaningful causes in communities across the U.S. Read More
Nobody Trashes Tennessee is the State of Tennessee’s litter prevention campaign, managed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. NTT was developed by TDOT to educate Tennesseans about the state’s litter… Read More
Keep Knoxville Beautiful (KKB) will be hosting their first annual East Knoxville Community Cleanup on Saturday, September 18, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The event will kick off at Eternal Life Harvest Center East, 2410 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Knoxville, TN, 37915. Read More
The Nashville Sounds Baseball Club returns home to First Horizon Park on Tuesday, July 13 to host the Louisville Bats, the Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, for a six-game homestand presented by Nobody Trashes Tennessee. It is the final time the Bats will visit First Horizon Park in 2021. Read More
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds Baseball Club returns home to First Horizon Park on Tuesday, July 13th. 2021 to host the Louisville Bats. The Bats are the Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, for a six-game homestand presented by Nobody Trashes Tennessee. Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Plastic bottles and cans line many of the state’s roadways and rivers, and now the state is conducting a large research study to pinpoint the sources and composition of litter, its financial and environmental costs, and the effectiveness of existing efforts to clean it up. Read More
Thursday is the 51st anniversary of Earth Day! The Tennessee Aquarium is partnering with TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee campaign. This campaign will highlight the impact of road litter and micro… Read More
Metro Council Member Joy Styles represents District 32 and is a current street adopter through the Metro Beautification & Environment Commission’s Adopt-A-Street Program. For more information on drop-off convenience centers… Read More
By WMC Action News 5 Staff | April 22, 2021 at 3:57 PM CDT – Updated April 22 at 3:57 PM MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) -Memphis Athletics, Nobody Trashes Tennessee and… Read More
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — At any given moment there are about 100 million pieces of litter on Tennessee roadways. “We don’t want to see our city trashed, we want to… Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Transportation will take its Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter prevention message on the road prior to the Thanksgiving holiday and in advance of the… Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Transportation today launched a new litter prevention campaign to help keep trash off Tennessee roadways. The “Nobody Trashes Tennessee” campaign will soon be… Read More