Litter Prevention in Ohio
Litter is a growing problem in Ohio.
Litter impacts many facets of Ohio, including Ohio’s transportation system, state parks, beach fronts, and waterways. That’s why Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently announced a coordinated statewide effort to raise awareness about the problem of littering and to discourage Ohioans from contributing to the problem.
The Ohio EPA, Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) have developed a statewide litter campaign to prioritize and promote the conversation around litter in Ohio, and we need your help. The agencies are seeking local governments, environmentally focused groups, businesses, educational institutions, and additional community organizations to partner with us to spread this message across the state.
On this page you will find statistics, brand guidelines, and templates for incorporating this message in your local community, park or roadside litter prevention efforts. New items are being developed and will be added, so keep looking back for additional resources, suggestions and partnering opportunities.