The machine will transfer Rs 1, 2, 5 and 10 to the electronic device The wallet of a person holding plastic bottles or cans. Municipal Council of New Delhi (NDMC) Finally long- On Monday, wait for the \"reverse vending machine\" in three blocks of Connaught Square \". The machine will transfer Rs 1, 2, 5 and 10 to the electronic device The wallet of a person holding plastic bottles or cans. New Delhi MP Meenakshi Lekhi unveiled the machines installed in blocks A, E and F. \"It is a first-of- It\'s machine. It aims to promote behavioral attitudes and inspire people to throw plastic bottles and cans only here. This will help isolate garbage and encourage people not to litter . \" Once the plastic bottle or jar is poured into the machine, cash will be transferred directly to the user\'s emailwallet. These machines are installed as part of innovative technologies that will be used to manage waste in Lutyen Delhi, according to the smart city initiative. \"When people visit tourist attractions or markets, they may drink a bottle of water, soft drinks or wrapping paper that they need to deal. \"Machines will recycle waste, which is a scientific solution for managing waste,\" said Naresh Kumar, president of NDMC . \". Civic institutions installed two such machines earlier, which would produce free giveaways such as coupons, but none of them succeeded. Officials say the committee now plans to set up 20 reverse vending machines in the region this year.