April is the month that many people spring clean their homes, but now attention is being turned outside to roadways, streams and yards. The No MOre Trash! Bash is scheduled for April 2006. Join thousands of volunteers to clean up Missouri and work toward a litter-free state.
No MOre Trash! is Missouri’s litter-prevention program. The program is overseen by the Missouri departments of Transportation and Conservation. Last year was the first year of the month-long litter-prevention celebration and will continue again this year.
Last year’s No MOre Trash! Bash was a success with 60,294 bags of trash off Missouri roads and out of Missouri streams. In addition to the bags of trash, groups picked up untold numbers of tires and other items too big to place in trash bags.
We urge you to schedule a litter pickup during April to raise awareness of No MOre Trash! Report your activity and we will recognize your efforts with a lapel pin. Watch your mailbox for further details. Imagine a litter-free Missouri…No MOre Trash!
For more information on how to get involved, visit www.nomoretrash.com.