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Trash Free Waters

Help Keep Our Waters Clean

Black Warrior River Watershed Tennessee River Watershed Tallapoosa River Watershed Chattahoochee River Watershed Chipola River Watershed Perdido River Watershed Escatawpa River Watershed Tombigbee River Watershed
Select any star location to learn more about the sculpture and watershed.

Alabama River Basin Black Warrior River Basin Blackwater River Basin Cahaba River Basin Chattahoochee River Basin Chipola River Basin Choctawhatchee River Basin Coosa River Basin Escambia River Basin Escatawpa River Basin Mobile River Basin Perdido River Basin Tallapoosa River Basin Tennessee River Basin Tombigbee River Basin Yellow River Basin

Did you know?

  • The State is divided into sixteen (16) river basins containing 129,700 miles of rivers and streams.
  • Each year the state of Alabama spends approximately 7 million dollars on cleanup efforts along
    state highways.

The Trash Free Waters project to “Help Keep Our Waters Clean” was designed to promote awareness
about watersheds and reduce litter from entering waterways across the state of Alabama.

Perhaps the most visible aspects of the project are the signs placed along interstates in Alabama to
inform motorists that they are entering a watershed and encourage them not to litter.

To learn more about the impacts of litter and what you can do, please visit