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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
Finding your next volunteer opportunity just got easier with our Tennessee Cleanup Event Calendar. It’s easier than ever to search for a public cleanup and Join the Movement to end littering in Tennessee. Our success with No Trash November in 2021 – a statewide initiative to collect 25,000 pounds of litter and host 25 cleanup […] Read More
Tennessee’s beauty is showcased in its Scenic Byways, and the state has numerous beautiful roads and highways that have been preserved and enhanced so that citizens and visitors can enjoy what they have to offer. What is a Scenic Byway? A Scenic Byway is a road or route that has importance, not only to the […] Read More
Nobody Trashes Tennessee is proud to sponsor Washed Ashore, a new exhibit at the Tennessee Aquarium which looks at the problem of plastic litter in our waterways through a series of dramatic and beautiful sculptures as part of the Aquarium’s 30th Anniversary. The larger-than-life sculptures featuring aquatic animals are made from recovered plastic debris and […] Read More
Thirty TDOT volunteers to participate in Chickamauga Lake cleanup on April 21 as part of Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful and Nobody Trashes Tennessee Earth Day awareness events CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – April 19, 2022 – In observance of Earth Day, Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Region 2 employees are participating in a cleanup of the […] Read More
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