NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) continues its mission to prevent and reduce litter statewide by launching the next phase of Nobody Trashes Tennessee (NTT), the state’s official litter prevention campaign. From the Smoky Mountains to the Mississippi River and all of the roadways in between, litter on Tennessee’s 96,167 miles of public… Read More

Thursday is the 51st anniversary of Earth Day! The Tennessee Aquarium is partnering with TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee campaign. This campaign will highlight the impact of road litter and micro plastics on waterways. “TDOT spends 19 million dollars picking up litter across the state of Tennessee. At any given time in the state, there are… Read More

Metro Council Member Joy Styles represents District 32 and is a current street adopter through the Metro Beautification & Environment Commission’s Adopt-A-Street Program. For more information on drop-off convenience centers where you can discard various items and information on hosting or participating in a cleanup, visit StopLitter.Nashville.gov. Nobody Trashes Tennessee. That is the slogan of… Read More

By WMC Action News 5 Staff | April 22, 2021 at 3:57 PM CDT – Updated April 22 at 3:57 PM MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) -Memphis Athletics, Nobody Trashes Tennessee and the Tennessee Department of Transportation joined forces to help clean up the community. On Earth Day, volunteers clean up a campus-area neighborhood alongside TDOT and… Read More

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — At any given moment there are about 100 million pieces of litter on Tennessee roadways. “We don’t want to see our city trashed, we want to keep it beautiful,” said Tigers coach Penny Hardaway. The Memphis Tigers spent Thursday morning doing just that, picking up trash on campus and in the… Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Transportation will take its Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter prevention message on the road prior to the Thanksgiving holiday and in advance of the most heavily trafficked days of the year with a statewide outreach campaign called Clean Out Your Car Week. The “Nobody Trashes Tennessee Clean Team” will… Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Transportation today launched a new litter prevention campaign to help keep trash off Tennessee roadways. The “Nobody Trashes Tennessee” campaign will soon be seen on billboards and commercials, as well as educational programs and anti-litter promotional items. “From the Great Smoky Mountain region, to the Mississippi River, and… Read More