Learn about recent developments in Nobody Trashes Tennessee’s mission 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.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – April 2, 2024 – Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT) litter prevention campaign has once again expanded its youth group partnerships. All six Boy Scouts of America councils serving Tennessee have joined with Nobody Trashes Tennessee to offer scouts the opportunity to earn a Nobody Trashes Tennessee patch. Boy Scouts of […] Read More
It’s easy to organize a litter cleanup in your community. There are so many ways that Tennessee citizens can help make a difference in reducing the amount of litter on our roadways and organizing litter cleanups in the community really helps. See which of these three ideas will work for you and your community.  Adopt-A-Highway […] Read More
Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s litter prevention campaign managed by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), teamed up with Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) for the No Trash November Student Video Contest. Read the full article as published in Rutherford Source. Read More
Nobody Trashes Tennessee and TSSAA recognize students and schools making an impact towards litter prevention with scholarships, prizes, and beautification project donations Link to hi-res images and additional photos from Tullahoma High School and Henry County High School Link to winner announcement video NASHVILLE Tenn. – Dec. 14, 2021 – Nobody Trashes Tennessee, the state’s […] 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 image gallery: NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Dec. 7, 2021 – More than 1,000 volunteers across the state joined forces last month to remove 46,067 pounds […] Read More