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Clip from Behind the News  |  ABC ME  |  May 17, 2016

You might be more motivated to recycle if you knew you were going to get some money out of it, which is why a program in South Australia that pays out 10 cents per recyclable has become so popular. Some think the program should be used nation wide while others believe there would be downsides.

You might be more motivated to recycle if you knew you were going to get some money out of it, which is why a program in South Australia that pays out 10 cents per recyclable has become so popular. Some think the program should be used nation wide while others believe there would be downsides.

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