Is rewarding recycling a good use of tax payers' money?

Is rewarding recycling a good use of tax payers' money?
The Borough of Maidenhead & Windsor has become the first local authority in the UK to offer all residents a recycling rewards scheme. Is this the best way to increase recycling rates?
People shouldn't need encouragement to recycle

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