New Hampshire’s current strategy for litter cleanup on our highways, secondary roadways, city streets, parks and trails needs improvement. While volunteering has helped somewhat, staffing shortages and other priorities have created many challenges for state and local municipalities, which has caused more litter to accumulate. These efforts are not enough to combat the state’s growing litter problem.
At Roadsweep America, our contracted team of professionals works with cities and towns, and businesses who wish to sponsor a section of state highway for litter cleanup. So, if you represent a municipality and need help with litter cleanup in your city or town, please contact us. Or, if you represent a private or public business and are looking to do your part to help keep our highways clean, please contact us for information on our sponsorship program.
Our Mission Points
Meet Director Jerry Bowman
My name is Jerry Bowman, and my goal is to help make my state a cleaner place to live, work and visit. Our current methods of litter clean up on our highways, city streets, parks, and trails definitely need improvement. In my commutes across New Hampshire, I often see litter lining our roadways. Litter detracts from the beauty of our state, hurts wildlife, increases pest infestation, irritates tax paying residents, hurts business, reduces tourism and population growth.
I have a plan that will help clean and beautify our state highways, city streets, parks and other municipal areas. So, please take a few minutes to look over our website to see how we can help keep New Hampshire looking beautiful and litter free.
The Benefits of Our Service
Protecting Our Environment
Our planet is burdened with tons of human pollution, so we should all work together to help protect our planet and thus ensure a safe environment for our children and grandchildren.
Increases Tourism and Population Growth
New Hampshire is known for its natural beauty. A litter free state will help increase population growth and tourism, which is a large portion of New Hampshire’s economy.
Littering along our roadways increases the chances of wildlife being hit by vehicles. So, by keeping our roadways clean, we will help protect our wildlife.