See what Nobody Trashes Tennessee is doing to prevent littering in Tennessee.

Litter on Tennessee roadways decreased 12% since 2016; More than 88 million pieces of litter exists on the state’s public roads NASHVILLE, Tenn. – May 15, 2023 – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) and Keep Tennessee Beautiful (KTNB) today released data from its 2022 Tennessee Statewide Litter Study (2022 Study). Engineering firm Burns & […] Read More
Cleanups to be held in Gallatin, Hendersonville, Goodlettsville, Portland, Westmoreland and White House HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. – March 14, 2023 – Sumner County Health Committee and Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee are partnering with community organizations throughout Sumner County on a March 25 countywide cleanup. In its second year, organizations, city officials and […] Read More
With spring approaching, many of us are looking forward to taking a long, relaxing hike, having a picnic, or exploring the wilderness by camping. There is simply no shortage of outdoor fun in the beautiful nature of Tennessee, from lakes and rivers to majestic forests. However, if you do plan to enjoy the outdoors, it […] Read More
From March 20 to June 21, 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 (GAC) takes place annually with an estimated 500,000 volunteers taking part in 15,000 community events nationwide, thanks to the work done by the […] Read More
There is no doubt that Tennessee has a host of beautiful scenery, from mountains to rivers, lakes to forests. In fact, according to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Tennessee forests cover approximately 52% of the state. Unfortunately, our land and rivers have been contaminated with all manners of trash, from fast food containers to improperly […] Read More