Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the biggest littering issues in the state?

Roadside litter has three primary sources: casual litterers; people who dump larger quantities of garbage and bulky items; and truck drivers who fail to secure their loads. Common items illegally dumped include mattresses, furniture, electronics, construction debris, such as roofing shingles, and bags of trash.

Does Roadsweep New Hampshire only cover highways?

While highway maintenance is our main priority, we also restore areas like nature trails, rivers, and lakes.  Plastic bottles and food wrappers are commonly found in these recreational spaces.

How often will Roadsweep New Hampshire clear an area?

Biannual check-ins will be contracted with the sponsor of the restoration area.

How does the Roadsweep Sponsorship work?

Our team reaches out to municipalities and companies based in New Hampshire. They finance Roadsweep’s cleaning project, and in return, a sign is posted within the renovation area crediting the municipality or company who sponsored the project.

Does Roadsweep America only cover New Hampshire?

No, we will be covering all states and eventually transitioning them into franchising opportunities. Our current focus is New England, but we are working towards developing a franchise to expand into the rest of the country. Roadsweep America is our dream, and you can help make it a reality.

Will you sort out recyclable items from unsalvageable waste?

In the interest of picking up as much debris from the environment as we can in the span of a work day, we will not be separating any items onsite. Everything will either be bagged or flagged for the state or cities of New Hampshire to properly dispose. That being said, we will be making efforts to connect with recycling centers in the region so that they can receive the litter bags which we’ve collected. They have the time and resources to properly sort out recyclables from the remainder of the debris.