Glass recycling company to remain in business

The nonprofit Coeur d'Alene Glass Recycling Co. founder said recycling will continue in 2014.   Founder Ben Mello said last month it looked like operations would cease, as the pulverized glass - called cullet - was building up in the warehouse and there weren't enough takers of the free material."This past month, we have started working with a number of local individuals and agencies to use the glass cullet," Mello said.

He started the nonprofit with his wife, Melissa, earlier this year.

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