Recycling changes rolling out in some LI towns this week

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BROOKHAVEN -

Recycling changes are rolling out as soon as Monday for thousands of Long Islanders.

Starting tomorrow, Smithtown residents won't be able to put glass items in their curbside recycling bins.

The same goes for residents in Brookhaven town starting on Wednesday.

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Brookhaven town will also no longer collect tinfoil, paper milk jugs -- or pizza boxes soiled by grease.

Changes are coming to Southold as well.

MORE INFORMATION: 
Brookhaven.org | Town of Southold | Town of Smithtown

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