A pilot scheme will try to stop people from throwing household waste into recycling bins.
It's to be tried out on 12 thousand homes in the Fingal area.
The scheme is trying to catch people who throw household waste such as nappies and food, into recycling bins to avoid paying for the rubbish.
Cameras inside bin lorries will record what comes out of individual green bin when it's tipped into the truck and a chip inside the bin will identify what house the waste comes from.
A photo of the waste will be taken and a householder written to if black bin rubbish is found inside.
A fine has yet to be finalised but initially it could be around €10 with a second offence resulting in a bigger fine.
Pandy Waste Management came up with the idea after a rise in abuse of recycling by Dublin households.
Its resulted in up to 40% waste being contaminated.