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City of Jackson and Madison County team up for Earth Day

The City of Jackson and Madison County are celebrating Earth Day and encouraging environmental stewardship within the community beginning April 22. 

“I am thrilled to see our city come together again this year to celebrate Earth Day,” Mayor Scott Conger said, “Our community’s commitment to keeping Jackson a clean city is inspiring, and I’m honored to be a part of this great event.”

Trashercise Litter Pickup
Keep Jackson Beautiful is requesting volunteers to participate in Trashercise, a community-wide litter pickup event on Saturday, April 22, sponsored by Keep Tennessee Beautiful, in celebration of Earth Day. Individual volunteers, businesses, organizations, service groups, nonprofits and other groups can sign up to volunteer at earthday.jacksontn.gov.

Volunteers can select an area to work in including Northeast Jackson, Northwest Jackson, Midtown Jackson, East Jackson and South Jackson. Volunteers will finish the day by enjoying Earth Day vendors at the Jackson Fairgrounds including Jackson Area Beekeepers Association, Madison County Parks and Recreation, City of Jackson Recycling Center and Keep Jackson Beautiful.

Community Cleanup
The City of Jackson Health and Sanitation Department is offering a Community Cleanup day on April 22 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. by organizing a bulk waste drop-off event at the Jackson Fairgrounds to help residents dispose of large items that are difficult to get rid of. The event will allow citizens to drop off items such as tires, mattresses, furniture, and bulk items over 50 lbs. This initiative aims to promote a cleaner and healthier community by reducing illegal dumping and encouraging responsible waste disposal practices. By offering a convenient and free way to get rid of bulky waste, the City of Jackson hopes to encourage more people to participate in keeping their neighborhoods clean and safe.

Paper Shredding
Direct Shred, located in Jackson, is celebrating Earth Day by offering free paper shredding services to the public on April 22 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Jackson Fairgrounds. This initiative aims to raise awareness about the importance of secure document destruction and also promote environmentally friendly practices. By providing a convenient and eco-friendly way to dispose of sensitive documents, Direct Shred hopes to encourage individuals and businesses to make shredding a regular habit.

Tarp Your Load
TDOT and the Health and Sanitation Department are providing tarps to the first 75 people to attend the event at the Fairgrounds. 

For more information, visit earthday.jacksontn.gov.

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