Learn about recent developments in Nobody Trashes Tennessee’s movement to end littering through our newsroom. While Tennessee has beautiful scenery, roadside litter remains a challenge. Stay informed about our litter-prevention campaigns and the steps Nobody Trashes Tennessee is taking to protect Tennessee’s natural beauty through the following articles.

Nobody Trashes Tennessee’s statewide initiative engages partners across the state to keep roadways clean and safe Keep Tennessee Beautiful affiliates, TDOT Grantees, Girl Scout and Boy Scout Troops encouraged to host cleanups Link to 2022 No Trash November images: NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nov. 1, 2023 – Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee announces its […] Read More
After a cold start, the skies cleared and temperatures warmed for the fall 2023 Hendersonville “No Litter November” trash cleanup day held on Saturday, Nov. 11. The event was sponsored by Beautiful Hendersonville, with support from the Cumberland River Compact. Read the full article as published in Hendersonville Standard Read More
Keep Maury Beautiful collected 520 pounds of litter from Cleburne Road on Nov. 11 as part of TDOT’s No Trash November initiative and is encouraging residents to get involved to keep the county litter free.Keep M Read the full article as published in The Daily Herald, AOL Read More
Tennessee State University (TSU) Athletics is partnered with the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) program, Nobody Trashes Tennessee, as they kicked off the 3rd Annual No Trash November. This project encourages locals to join clean-up events throughout November. Dr. Mikki Allen, TSU Director of Athletics, stated TSU Athletics’ commitment to community cleanliness and safety. Read […] Read More
The Tennessee Department of Transportation gives residents a chance to be part of the solution, not the pollution. TDOT announces its fourth annual “No Trash November.” The goal this year is to remove over 50,000 pounds of litter from our state’s roadways. Read the full article as published in WBBJ. Read More