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
Volunteers to participate in Nickajack Lake cleanup on April 22 CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – April 19, 2022 – University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics, Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful and Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee public education campaign are teaming up on Friday, April 22 for an Earth Day Awareness Week cleanup of […] Read More
It’s time for spring cleaning around your house, in your yard and all over the state! We love a good spring cleanup! We also know that it can unintentionally add to litter on our roads and waterways.  Here are four things to help prevent litter caused by spring cleaning: Cities and counties throughout the state […] Read More
Spring is on its way which means it’s time for the Great American Cleanup, an annual beautification program from Keep America Beautiful. From March 21 to June 22, thousands of individual volunteers and groups all over the country will participate in activities to clean up roadways, waterways and public spaces.  The Great American Cleanup unifies […] Read More
Cleanups to be held in Gallatin, Hendersonville, Portland, Westmoreland and White House HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – March 21, 2022 – Sumner County Health Committee and Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee are partnering with community organizations throughout Sumner County on a countywide community cleanup on March 26. Organizations, city officials and individuals from Gallatin, […] Read More
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