image caption Residents currently receive a box for recycling plastic, glass and l and a blue bag for paper and cardboard
Wheeled bins are designed to replace bins recycling as part of a £ 2.9million deployment to prevent waste from flying into the vent.
Households in Shropshire are currently receiving two 55-liter cans for recycling plastic, glass and l waste, but have complained that the containers are causing damage.
The council says residents suggested the trash cans would encourage them to recycle more.
In response, the cabinet agreed to cover the cost of the bins and residents should get them from here spring 2022.
A report for authority says people have been complaining for several years about waste from flying boxes.
The new 240-liter bins will, according to the board, says, have more capacity than boxes and also means teams don't have to do as much bending and lifting on towers.
In a meeting on Wednesday, the cabinet ruled out charging for garbage cans and said theur use would not be mandatory.
The majority of comments on the council's Facebook page welcomed the change .
Rob Thomas said it was "about time " while Ruth Bond added that a bin would "be much easier to store ".
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