The Indiana Department of Transportation's annual "Trash Bash" got underway Saturday. For more than a dozen years, INDOT workers, Adopt-A-Highway volunteers and Department of Correction crews have joined forces to collect hundreds of tons of trash along Indiana's highways. Wabash Valley Correctional Facility minimum-security offenders will be helping out again this year. Last year W-V-C-F crews collected over 37-hundred bags of trash. They will focus on U.S. 41 from Knox to Vigo County this year.. Inmates will also gather items such as aluminum cans for recycling. Trash Bash runs through April 27th.