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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
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 litter this holiday season.  The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the amount of trash produced in the United […] Read More
More than 1,000 volunteers across the state joined forces last month to remove 46,067 pounds of litter in their communities as part of the first-ever No Trash November. Read the full article as published in Opera News, U.S. News, AP News, Herald Citizen, Main Street Nashville, Fox 17 and Chattanooga Times Free Press. 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 of “Talking Trash: The Show” but don’t share that with his co-host because Grumpy tries not to take things too seriously. He’s confident he has […] 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 are an estimated 50 billion pieces of litter on America’s roads. That’s 152 pieces for every American. And while litter is down 54 percent since […] Read More