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See-through wheelie bins designed to 'shame' people into putting rubbish in the right place planned to be rolled out Adelaide councillor proposed plan to encourage more recycling from residents Robert Simms will propose clear recycling bins at the next council meeting He said it was a way of encouraging 'accountability' for what people throw away He also hopes it will encourage greater recycling to reduce future waste 

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:59 BST, 20 June 2019 | Updated: 04:07 BST, 20 June 2019

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An Australian councillor has proposed replacing existing wheelie bins with a transparent version in a bid to encourage residents to recycle correctly.

Adelaide City area councillor Robert Simms will propose the idea on Tuesday which would see all existing recycling bins replaced by the transparent bins in an aim to make the city a leader in recycling. 

Mr Simms told Daily Mail Australia the idea would encourage 'behavioural change' among Adelaide residents.

An Australian councillor has proposed replacing existing recycling bins with a transparent version in a bid to encourage residents to recycle correctly

An Australian councillor has proposed replacing existing recycling bins with a transparent version in a bid to encourage residents to recycle correctly

'Council are reviewing our approach to recycling and I know the same thing has been looked at in Western Australia too,' Mr Simms said. 

'It is designed to build accountability and get people thinking about what they are recycling and throwing away.

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