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See what Nobody Trashes Tennessee is doing to prevent littering in Tennessee.

Adopt-A-Highway groups throughout the state of Tennessee are an important tool to help end littering in Tennessee. Each October, we celebrate the anniversary of this program in our state. These volunteer groups commit to clean up along their designated two-mile stretch of roadway at least 4 times per year. The Tennessee Department of Transportation supports […] 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 microplastics on waterways. “TDOT spends 19 million dollars picking up litter across the state of Tennessee. At any given time in the state, there are a […] Read More
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