NEW YORK (AP) - New York City residents, get ready to recycle again.
The city Sanitation Department announced Friday that it will resume picking up paper, cardboard, metals, plastic and glass for recycling Sunday.
The collections were suspended after Superstorm Sandy so the city could repair some recycling centers and assign sanitation workers to pick up storm debris.
On Sunday, the city will pick up recycling from places where it's usually collected Saturday.
Regularly scheduled Monday recycling will be picked up this Monday, though the day was originally scheduled as a holiday in observance of Veterans' Day.
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