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[IDEM] Town of Nashville achieves CLEAN Community status
Start Date: 5/2/2013
End Date: 5/2/2013
Entry Description

Induction ceremony set for May 4


Who: Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) and the Town of Nashville


What: CLEAN Community Challenge designation ceremony


When: 11 a.m. (local time), Saturday, May 4, 2013


Where: Nashville, Indiana


The Town of Nashville will become the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM’s) newest “CLEAN” community at 11 a.m. (local time), Saturday, May 4, 2013. The induction ceremony will take place during the 50th Annual Spring Blossom Parade in Nashville. Rick Bossingham, IDEM assistant commissioner, will present a plaque and commemorative road sign during the parade.


CLEAN stands for Comprehensive Local Environmental Action Network. The CLEAN Community Challenge is a voluntary recognition program for local Indiana government entities that make significant commitments to environmental management. CLEAN helps communities take steps to plan, develop and implement a Quality of Life Plan, which focuses on reducing the potential environmental impacts associated with municipal operations and community-wide activities.


As part of the CLEAN Community Challenge, Nashville has identified five environmental goals it will pursue over the next three years. These goals include:


• Promote the planting of indigenous (non-invasive) plant species within the Town of Nashville and reduce non- indigenous species by 10 percent. 

• Educate the public about littering and provide increased enforcement against it.

• Develop and implement a plan to address log jams and partner with external organizations to remove logs and debris from Salt Creek.

• Improve salt storage containment areas on Town property.

• Establish more stringent water loss policies for Town buildings to conserve water resources.


Nashville joins these 13 other cities and towns in the CLEAN Program: the towns of Brownstown, Edinburgh and Fishers, and the cities of Hobart, Huntingburg, Jasper, Noblesville, Portage, Richmond, Rushville, Tell City, Washington, and West Lafayette.


About IDEM

IDEM ( implements federal and state regulations regarding the environment. Through compliance assistance, incentive programs and educational outreach, the agency encourages and aids businesses and citizens in protecting Hoosiers and our environment.



Contact Information:
Name: Amy Hartsock
Phone: (317) 233-4927
Entry Type:
Press Release
Entry Category:
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  • Agency Name
    Environmental Management, Indiana Department of

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