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How To Recycle A Mattress

For many years it was recommended that you change your mattress every 10 years, however in recent years the Sleep Council and the mattress industry have started to suggest changing your mattress after only 7 or 8 years of use.

Well, they would say that wouldn’t they?

The Sleep Council, who describe themselves as “an impartial organisation that looks at how you can adopt healthier sleep habits and focuses on raising awareness of a good night’s sleep to health and wellbeing” are the consumer education arm of the National Bed Federation, the trade association for British bed manufacturers.

Mattress manufacturers, naturally enough, want you to buy more mattresses.

So before you get rid of that mattress, the most environmentally friendly thing to do is ask yourself if you really need a new one. Yes, if the springs are sticking in your back or your bed is uncomfortable you absolutely do need to replace your mattress, but don’t feel you have to just because an advertisement from a mattress retailer told you to!

Could Your Mattress Be Reused?

If your mattress is still usable you could give it to someone who could use it:-

  • Give it to a friend or family member.
  • Donate it to a furniture reuse charity. Find your nearest one at Reuse Network.
  • Donate it to a local charity with a furniture warehouse.
  • Advertise it on Freecycle, Freegle or a local Facebook group.

How To Recycle Your Old Mattress

So what if your mattress is not in good enough condition to reuse? What is the most eco-friendly way to dispose of your old one?

The good news is that a mattress is 100% recyclable, yet sadly only around 16% are actually recycled in the UK. The rest are incinerated or sent to landfill.

If you are buying a mattress from a large retailer, they probably will offer to take your old mattress away, either for free or for a small charge. Large retailers such as Dreams, Marks and Spencer, Mattress Online and John Lewis amongst others will take away your old mattress for recycling when you buy a new one from them, for a small charge. You will need to book this when you order your mattress.

Other retailersmaytake away your mattress, but that doesn’t mean it will be recycled; it will probably go to landfill unless they state that the mattress is recycled.

If you just need to get rid of a mattress without buying a new one there are a number of commercial companies that will take a mattress away for a fee. Some of these are specialists in mattress disposal who will state whether they send mattresses for recycling.

What Else Can I Do With An Old Mattress?

You can ask your local council if they will collect your old mattress. You will normally be charged for this, you will probably have to leave the mattress outside your property and your mattress will probably go to landfill.

You can also take your mattress to your local household recycling centre; again it will probably go to landfill.

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How Are Mattresses Recycled?

The mattress is taken apart, usually by hand in an extremely labour intensive procedure, hence the higher cost of sending your mattress for recycling. The springs have to be removed to be sent for metal recycling. The foam can be recycled to make carpet underlay.

At present the textile material is difficult to recycle and will generally be used as a fuel in an energy-to-waste facility.

However an innovative new machine, the first of its type, has been developed by The Furniture Recycling Group which automates the removal of springs from old pocket spring mattresses.

How to dispose of a mattress

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Buying a new mattress will set you back anywhere between a few hundred and a few thousand pounds, so parting with even more cash to dispose of your old mattress is probably the last thing you want.

But finding a way to dispose of a mattress for free is no mean feat, especially if you want to get rid of it in a responsible way. According to a report by the National Bed Federation (NBF), 6.8 million replacement mattresses were sold in 2015, while only 879,000 were recycled. That’s a recycling rate of just 13%, which is down from 16% in 2014.

Far too many mattresses end up in landfill sites. Not only is this bad for the environment, but, given the bulky nature of mattresses, it’s also unsustainable. Many of the mattresses in landfill could have been recycled or reused. Keep reading for expert advice on how long a mattress should last and how to get rid of it once it’s passed its best.

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How often should you change your mattress?

If you can’t remember how many years you’ve had your mattress, the chances are it’s time for a new one. It’s all too easy to lose track of how long you’ve been sleeping on it and, even if it still feels comfortable, it’s likely to be less supportive and less hygienic than when it was new.

The Sleep Council recommends replacing your mattress as often as every seven years, because after that time the mattress will have been subjected to more than 20,000 hours of use. That’s the equivalent of 2,555 nights – which is a lot when you consider that adults lose an average of half a pint of fluid each night and shed a pound of dead skin cells each year.

But our own durability tests reveal that the best mattresses can last up to a decade without softening, sagging or becoming less supportive. So, provided you buy a good mattress and clean it regularly, you may only have to change it every 10 years.

Find out how long different type of mattress should last below, or go to our guide on how to clean a mattress.

How long should a mattress last?

Nearly half of Which? members expect a new mattress to last more than a decade, according to a November 2017 survey of 902 members. We reckon that’s pretty optimistic, not least because there are some common misconceptions about the lifespan of a mattress.

Only one in five Which? members think a mattress will last longer if it’s bought as part of a set with a new bed base. Although buying a new bed frame is no guarantee your new mattress will last, using an old or incorrect bed frame with your new mattress certainly isn’t going to lengthen its lifespan and it may well also invalidate your warranty. Take a look at our top 10 bed shopping tips.

Some 46% of members also thought that the more you spend on a mattress the longer it is likely to last. While investing in an expensive mattress will likely mean you get better-quality fabrics and fillings, it is no guarantee of a longer lifespan. We’ve tested £200 Best Buy mattresses that perform better in our durability tests than mattresses costing more than 10 times as much.

Finally, fewer than two in 10 members agreed that foam mattresses are more durable and longer lasting than spring mattresses.

How long does a pocket sprung mattress last?

A good pocket sprung mattress should comfortably last between 8 and 10 years. Of the 49 spring mattress we’ve tested, 59% of them earn more than four stars in our tough durability tests.

After measuring the height, firmness and supportiveness of every mattress we test, we then simulate up to a decade of use by rolling a heavy barrel over the mattress 30,000 times. To do well in our durability tests, a mattress must maintain its supportiveness, firmness and height.

Our pick of the top pocket-sprung mattresses will help you pick out a long-lasting option, but you have to do your bit, too. To maximise the life of your pocket-sprung mattress, it’s essential that you follow the manufacturer’s instructions when it comes to rotating or turning the mattress.

How long does a memory foam mattress last?

Memory foam mattresses tend to perform well in our durability tests. Of the 26 memory foam, foam and latex mattresses we’ve reviewed, 93% of them score more than four stars in our lifespan test.

However, we’ve also uncovered a memory foam mattress that failed our durability test completely, making it the only Don’t Buy mattress we’ve reviewed.

And just because you buy a memory foam mattress doesn’t mean that you don’t still need to rotate it regularly, so there’s no less maintenance than a pocket-sprung option.

All in all, we wouldn’t recommend buying a memory foam mattress solely for the durability, unless it provides the supportiveness and comfort you’re looking for as well.

How to get rid of a mattress

You may be surprised by how many different ways you can dispose of your mattress. There are at least 10 different options, but some of them are expensive, environmentally damaging and even illegal, so picking the best way to get rid of your mattress can be difficult.

Will the council collect my mattress?

Most, if not all, local councils offer a bulky waste collection and disposal service, which includes beds and mattresses. But it can be surprisingly expensive and there’s often no guarantee your mattress won’t end up in landfill – many local authorities simply say that they will recycle some or all of the waste where possible.

Some councils, such as Oxford City Council, Liverpool City Council and the London Borough of Merton, offer free mattress collection, but they’re very much in the minority. Most councils charge a fee to collect bulky waste and it can be expensive – the likes of Argyll and Bute Council and Wealden District Council charge more than £50 for the service, for example.

If you live in England or Wales, you can find out how much your council will charge for bulky waste disposal by typing your postcode into the website. If you live in Scotland or Northern Ireland, go to your council’s website and search for bulky waste disposal.

Having the council collect your mattress from your home can be convenient, but make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully. Many councils charge for the number of bulky items they’ll be collecting, but bear in mind that a bed frame and a mattress will likely count as at least two items. And items will often only be collected if they’re left in a designated spot outside the house.

Will the local tip take a mattress?

The local tip will take your old mattress, but to get it there you’ll need a vehicle big enough to fit it in. If the boot of your car isn’t big enough to fit the mattress when flat, you may find that it fits if you roll the mattress up as best as possible and fasten it using some rope.

But that’s a lot of effort to go to when the mattress may well just end up in landfill anyway. You may decide you’d rather go to the extra effort of taking it to a dedicated recycling facility, or decide you’d rather pay for the convenience of the council or a specialist disposal company coming to collect it from your house.

Can you recycle a mattress?

At the very least, some parts of your mattress will be recyclable, and it’s possible that all of it will be. And yet, according to The Furniture Recycling Group, Wembley Stadium could be filled five times with the 7.5 million mattresses that are discarded in the UK every year.

While mattress recycling is relatively labour-intensive, more and more facilities capable of doing this work are springing up around the UK. These facilities will break down your mattress into its recyclable components – springs can then be melted down and remade into new metal products, while synthetic layers such as foam can either be used to make carpet underlay or else can be sent to a plant where the waste can at least be converted into energy.

Aside from taking your old mattress to your nearest recycling centre yourself, the best way to ensure your mattress is recycled is to pay for it to be collected. But whether you use the local council, the company delivering your new mattress or a specialist mattress removal company, make sure it is clearly stated that the mattress will be recycled. Otherwise, it’s probably best to assume that it won’t be.

Can you pay a company to pick up a mattress?

Four in ten Which? members disposed of their last mattress by having the company delivering their replacement mattress collect it, according to our November 2017 survey of 902 respondents.

That’s perhaps not surprising given the number of major high-street retailers now offering this service. Argos and Ikea, for example, both offer to collect and recycle your old mattress for a fee of £20 when you buy a new mattress from them. John Lewis offers a similar service, charging new mattress customers a fee of £29.95 to responsibly dispose of their old mattress.

Bed-in-a-box mattress brands such as Casper and Emma also offer an old mattress collection service for customers.

But getting the retailer to collect your old mattress when they deliver the new one is only convenient if you’re sure that the new mattress is the one for you. Otherwise you’ll be left without a bed at all if you later decide to return it. If you’re in any doubt, specialist mattress companies such as Collect Your Old Bed can pick up and dispose of your old mattress at a time of your choosing. But it’s always worth making sure the company actually recycles the mattress. We’d also recommend checking how much your local council charge before paying for one of these services, or else you risk paying over the odds.

See our list of thebest mattress retailersfor more information.

Can you donate a mattress?

If your mattress is still in good condition, you should consider donating it to charity or giving it away for free. That way you can help someone in need as well as ensuring that it doesn’t end up in landfill.

Organisations such as British Heart Foundation and British Red Cross will resell your mattress and put the proceeds towards a good cause. Other organisations, such as Furniture Donation Network, directly give your mattress to someone in need. Several other charities also accept mattress donations, so if there is a cause you particularly want to support, it’s worth contacting the charity directly.

As a general rule, these organisations will collect your mattress free of charge, but they may request you send images first to prove that it is of acceptable quality. Any organisation accepting a mattress donation will expect it to be fit for use, clean and have a fire label intact.

Another way to ensure your mattress stays out of landfill sites is to use a non-profit initiative such as Freecycle, which will put you in touch with someone in the local area looking for a free second-hand mattress.

Are there any other ways to dispose of a mattress?

There are several other ways to get rid of a mattress, but we wouldn’t recommend most of them.

Although 1% of Which? members told us they disposed of their last mattress by burning it, we don’t advise it. Not only is a mattress fire hard to control, but the fumes released by the fire could also be damaging to both you and the environment.

If you happen to be renting a skip and don’t mind your mattress contributing to a worsening landfill problem, then you can get rid of your old mattress using a skip.

But you should never dispose of your mattress by putting it in someone else’s skip or, worse yet, simply abandoning it on the side of the road. As well as both being anti-social and environmentally harmful, fly tipping is illegal and can result in a large fine.

Now that you know how to dispose of your old mattress, find out how to buy the best new mattress to replace it with.

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We won’t be sending your mattresses to the landfills to add to the dump. All usable parts of the mattresses will be recycled for uses specific to them, while some parts will be used for refurbishment.

We recycle 97% of mattresses, helping drive the initiative towards a greener, more responsible Australia.

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The simple job ofold mattress collectionsshouldn’t be too troublesome. Let us take this worry off your shoulders through ourmattress recycling serviceso you can go straight ahead and buy your new mattress. A pocket spring mattress is fantastic for your back and will help you have a great night’s sleep. Also don’t forget that you can get very good foam mattresses throughout Australia, and do not forget who to contact when you want it recycled or just refreshed.

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Some of my clients think that having your trees removed from your garden is a part of the problem, but responsible companies like The Tree Firm actually contribute to charities to help plant trees and also recycle the wood chippings that they generate when cutting down unwanted trees. Dying or dead trees can be hazardous so they are likely to do more good being cut down in a safe manner and then can be recycled into paper or building materials.

Where to Recycle Your Mattress

The Mattress Recycling Council estimates that Americans dispose of 20 million mattresses and box springs every year and that the vast majority end up in landfills or incinerators. They contribute 450 million pounds of waste, and fill more than 100 million cubic feet of landfill space every year. This Mattress Recycling Guide from PlushBeds, will help you to avoid the landfills, by addressing a common question, “Where to Recycle Your Mattress.” You might also consider a latex mattress, with a major plus being that they are 98% biodegradable!

The problem with mattresses in landfills:

  • They are bulky and occupy a lot of landfill space.
  • Coils from innerspring mattresses get tangled in the equipment, that is used to compact and maneuver waste, in the landfills.
  • Once in landfills, mattresses become breeding grounds for insects, rodents and bacteria that quickly become a public health risk.

The good news is that there are options for you to consider, that do not involve sending your old mattress to a landfill. They include the basics of environmental stewardship:

Below you will learn about a variety of tools that you can use, to keep your old mattress out of local landfills. Also included is a state by state list of companies in the United States and Canada, that recycle mattresses.

After all, the easier it is to recycle your mattresses, the more likely people are to do it. Our goal is to make the process as simple as possible for you.

Why Recycle Your Old Mattress?

The decision to recycle anything is often one that is either motivated by deep personal beliefs or for financial reasons. The same applies when it comes to recycling mattresses.

Personal Reasons For Recycling Your Old Mattress

Those who recycle mattresses for personal reasons are convinced it is the right choice to make for the planet. The fact that landfills are overburdened by mattresses, is well documented across the country. Furthermore, recycling doesn’t only keep old mattresses out of landfills. It also creates an opportunity to give them new life, by breaking down the materials in each mattress that are reusable. Lastly, recycling your old mattress sets a good example for your children and future generations.

Financial Reasons For Recycling Your Old Mattress

Many communities, throughout the country, charge fees to dump your old mattress in local landfills. The fees are an attempt to not only discourage people from sending their mattresses to landfills, but also an effort to force people to consider recycling options, before dumping in landfills. Financial incentives have proven successful overall.

What Parts of a Mattress are Recyclable?

Most mattresses are highly recyclable. Current estimates show that roughly 90% of innerspring mattresses and box springs are recyclable. They include the following parts:

  • Steel springs (which you may consider selling for scrap metal)
  • Foam
  • Fibers or fabric, both natural and man-made
  • Wood

Each of these materials can be given new life through the recycling process.

  • Melt the steel and reshape it into something useful
  • Chip the wood for mulch or burn it for warmth
  • Use foams and fibers from the mattress to cushion pet beds or to make seat cushions

The problem is, mattresses are bulky and difficult to break down. The average person lacks the tools, time, patience, or talent to do the recycling. This is why there is such a need for recycling centers, to make the recycling process as simple as possible.

Alternatives to Recycling

There are reasonable alternatives to consider, if you’re not interested in recycling your mattress:

  1. Use your old mattress as a guest bed
  2. Donate your old mattress to charity or those in need of a mattress
  3. Sell your old mattress

The guest bed option is only available to those who have the space and inclination to do so, but it does keep the mattress out of a landfill that much longer.

There are also many charity organizations to consider when donating mattresses, including:

  • Goodwill
  • Salvation Army
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Furniture Banks
  • Homeless shelters in your community
  • Domestic violence shelters
  • Churches (they may not need the mattresses, but may know of members who do)

You may also choose to list your mattress for sale on Craigslist, in local papers, or in local buy/sell trade groups through Facebook. It isn’t that difficult to find a new home for your mattress, if it is in decent condition.

Where to Recycle Your Mattress:

Our goal is to make your decision to reduce, reuse, or recycle your mattress, as simple as possible. This list of mattress recycling companies, listed by state, within the USA and in Canada, will help.

If you are unable to find a mattress recycling center, that is near you, on this list, check out the additional Mattress Recycling Resources, at the end of this list, for searchable databases.


Junk King Birmingham

Hours: Mon – Fri 6:30am – 9pm;

Sat – 6:30am – 8:30pm;

Mattress Disposal – Pickup

Sleep Outfitters

Birmingham, AL 35242

Hours: Mon – Sat 10am – 8:30pm;

Sunday – 12pm – 6pm

Mattress Recyling services

Mattress Disposal Plus

Hours: Monday – Saturday 8:00am – 8:00pm

Mattress/Box Spring Disposal

Mattress/Box Spring Recycling

Waste Services of Alabama

2020 Valleydale Rd

Ste 111, Hoover, AL 35244

Mattress Disposal – Need to schedule a pickup


Express Mattress Recycling

Hours: Mon-Sun – 8am – 7pm


Junk King

11011 N 23rd Ave.

Suite 2, Phoenix, AZ 85029

Hours: Mon – Fri 6:30am – 9pm;

Sat – 6:30am – 8:30pm;

Mattress Disposal – Pickup

Phoenix Mattress Disposal

Scottsdale, AZ; Chandler, AZ; Glendale, AZ;

Peoria, AZ; Surprise, AZ; Tempe, AZ

Telephone: (877) 708-8329

Monday – Saturday – 8:00am – 8:00pm

Mattress Disposal – Pickup

AZ Junk – Phoenix, AZ

Mattress Disposal – Schedule Pickup


College Hunks Hauling Junk

801 East 6th St, Little Rock, AR 72202

Telephone: (501) 377-9979

Hours: Schedule Pickup

City of Little Rock Curbside Bulk Item Collection

Little Rock, AR 72206

Telephone: (501) 371-4437

To schedule a pickup, call 311

Mattress Disposal in Arkansas

Serving many areas in Arkansas

Hours: Mon-Sun – 8am – 7pm


3 Kings Hauling and More

Fairfield, California, 94533

Hours: Mon – Sun: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm (same day service available)

Contra Costa Transfer & Recovery Station

51 Waterbird Way

Martinez, CA 94553

Telephone: (925) 313-8900

Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:00AM – 5:00PM

Berkeley Transfer Station

1201 – 2nd Street

Berkeley, CA 94710

Telephone: (510) 981-7270

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 8:00AM – 4:30PM

EcoHaul – San Francisco,CA

Telephone: (800) 326-4285

American Hauling

Oakland, Ca 94608

Telephone: (510) 220-1358


501 Tunnel Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94134

Telephone: (415) 330-1400

Bay Area Recycle

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Telephone: (925) 465-5576

DR3 Mattress Recycling Facility

9921 Medford Ave

Oakland CA 94603

Telephone: (510) 351-0520

Hours: Monday-Friday: 6:00AM – 3:00PM


888 Hinckley Road

Burlingame CA 94010

Telephone: (888) 714-7444

DR3 Mattress Recycling Facility

9921 Medford Ave

Oakland CA 94603

Telephone: (510) 351-0520

Hours: Monday-Friday: 6:00AM – 3:00PM

Davis Street Transfer Station

615 Davis Street

San Leandro CA 94577

Telephone: (510) 638-2303

Hours: Monday -Friday 7:00AM – 5:00PM;

Saturday 8:00AM – 4:00PM

South Bay Recycling, LLC

333 Shoreway Road

San Carlos CA 94070

Telephone: (650) 802-8355

Hours: Monday -Saturday: 8:30AM – 4:00PM

Altamont Landfill

840 Altamont Pass Rd

Livermore, CA 94550

Telephone: (925) 455-7300

Hours: Monday-Friday: 6:00AM – 6:00PM

SMART Station

Sunnyvale CA 94089

Telephone: (408) 752-8530

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Goodwill Industries

San Jose CA 95112

Telephone: (408) 869-9225

Ben Lomond Transfer Station

9835 Newell Creek Rd

Ben Lomond CA 95005

Telephone: (831) 454-2430

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 7:30AM – 3:30PM

Santa Cruz Resource Recovery Facility

Santa Cruz CA 95060

Telephone: (831) 420-6273

Hours: Monday -Saturday: 7:30AM – 3:30PM

San Martin Transfer Station

14070 Llagas Ave

San Martin CA 95046

Telephone: (408) 683-4443

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 8:00AM – 4:30PM

Hope Services – Gilroy

8855 Murray Ave

Gilroy CA 95020

Telephone: (408) 849-6919

Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00AM – 4:00AM

Buena Vista Landfill

1231 Buena Vista Drive

Watsonville CA 95076

Telephone: (831) 454-2430

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 7:30AM – 3:30PM

Hope Services – Salinas

546 Brunken Avenue

Salinas CA 93901

Telephone: (831) 758-0973

Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00AM – 4:00AM

Hope Services – Seaside

1580 Del Monte Boulevard

Seaside CA 93955

Telephone: (831) 393-1575

Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00AM – 4:00AM

Chicago Grade Landfill, Inc.

2290 Homestead Road

Templeton CA 93465

Telephone: (805) 466-2985

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 7:30AM – 3:00PM;

Sunday: 9AM – 3PM

Santa Maria Transfer Station

325 Cuyama Lane

Nipomo CA 93444

Telephone: (805) 922-9255

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 7:30AM – 3:00PM;

Sunday: 9AM – 3PM

Blue Marble Materials

6052 Bandini Blvd

Commerce CA 90040

Telephone: (323) 724-2583

LFP Recycling

14926 Templar Dr

La Mirada CA 90638


A Bedder World

455 Weaver Park Rd

Longmont CO 80501

Telephone: (720) 263-6094

Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00AM-5:00PM;

Saturday 9:00AM – 5:00PM;

Sunday 11:00AM – 4:00PM

Spring Back Colorado

4120 Brighton Boulevard, Building A-46

Denver CO 80216

Telephone: (720) 515-1328

Hours: Monday – Friday: 7:00AM – 4:00PM;

Saturday: 8:00AM – 12:00PM

Colorado Mattress Recycling

410 ½ E. Fillmore Street

Colorado Springs CO 80907

Telephone: (719) 203-4413

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 9:00AM – 5:00AM


Recyc-Mattresses Corp.

101 West Dudley Town Road

Bloomfield, CT 06002

Telephone: (855) 732-9228

Park City Green

459 Iranistan Ave

Bridgeport, CT 06605

Telephone: (203) 334-7336

Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00AM – 4:00AM

Town of Haddam Transfer Station

750 Saybrook Rd

Haddam, CT 06438

Hours: Wed 8:00am-3:45pm

Free drop-off for residents

Town Of Southington Bulky Waste Transfer Station

617 Old Turnpike Road

Southington, CT 06489

Telephone: (860) 276-9430

Free drop-off for residents

Town of Portland Transfer Station

39 Sand Hill Rd.

Portland, CT 06480

Telephone: (860) 342-6734

Free Drop off for residents

Town of Cromwell Transfer Station

100 County Line Rd.

Cromwell, CT 06416

Hours: Tues 8:00am-3:00pm

Free drop off for residents

New Britain Transfer Station

642 Christain Lane

Berlin, CT 06037

Telephone: (860) 826-3375

Free drop-off for residents

Town of Wolcott Transfer Station

Wolcott, CT 06716

Telephone: (203) 879-8100 ext. 103

Free drop-off for residents

Bethany Recycling Center

Bethany, CT 06524

Free drop-off for residents

Bristol Solid Waste Transfer Station

685 Lake Avenue

Telephone: (860) 584-7792

Bristol, CT 06010

Free drop-off for residents

Salvation Army

2230 Berlin Turnpike

Newington, CT 06111

Town of Cornwall Transfer Station

Telephone: (800) 728-7825

24 Furnace Brook Road (Route 4)

Cornwall Bridge, CT 06754


Delaware Green Mattress Disassembling & Recycling, LLC

Reliable Mattress Recycling

Delaware City, DE, USA

Hours: Mon-Su – 8am – 7pm

Mattress Removal Disposal Wilmington Middletown Delaware Junk Removal

Schedule for pick up

Express Mattress Recycling

Delaware City, DE

Hours: Mon-Su 8am – 7pm

Delaware Junk Removal

349 New London Rd

Newark DE 19711

Hours: Daily 9am – 9pm


Marpan Recycling

6020 Woodville Highway

Tallahassee, FL 32305

Telephone: (850) 216-1006

Central Transfer Station

1950 State Road 419

Longwood, FL 32750

Telephone: (407) 665-2260

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 7:30am – 5:30pm

The Mustard Seed of Central Florida

12 Mustard Seed Lane

Orlando, FL 32810

Telephone: (407) 875-2040

Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 5:00PM;

Saturday: 8:30AM – 1:00PM

Junk King

8596 Seminole Blvd, Seminole, FL 33772

Sarasota County Trash and Recycling

Schedule a pickup

Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-8 p.m.

Sanitation Services: Escambia County

9255 Sturdevant Street, Pensacola, FL 32514

Leave mattress out on garbage day. No need to call for a pickup


Cedar Mountain Landfill and Recycling Center

1730 Humane Society Blvd.

Douglasville, GA 30134

Telephone: (770) 920-3133

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Oconee County Sanitation

23 N Main Street

Watkinsville, GA 30677

must be taken to the Macon Highway collection site (old landfill) on 441 South near Farmington ($60/ton).

Atlanta Department of Public Works

55 Trinity Avenue, SW

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Mattress disposal service once per month based on your normal, weekly collection schedule

Stand Up Guys

1749 Canton Road.

Marietta, Ga 30066

24/7 Customer Service

Schedule a pick up

Southern Nights Mattress Company

Telephone: (404) 472-0205

Cumming Mattress Disposal

Hours: Monday – Saturday – 8:00am – 8:00pm

Call for pick up. There’s also an Atlanta Mattress Disposal (same number)


Honolulu Multiple City Convenience Centers

Ross Appliances and Green Bed Company

Honolulu, HI 96819

Telephone: (808) 841-7336

Pacific Junk Removal

1827 Republican St

Honolulu, HI 96819

Telephone: (808) 833-7171

Hours: Monday – Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm


Boise Mattress Disposal

Book online or over the phone by 5pm the day prior to requested service day.

Pickup is typically between 7-9PM local time.


Schedule your removal service online or by calling 1-800-468-5865.

Receive a call 15-30 minutes before your scheduled 2-hour appointment window.


Recycling Furniture for Families

515 North Center Street

Bloomington, IL 61701

Telephone: (309) 829-6500

Hours: Monday -Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM;

Saturday 9:00AM – 12:00PM

Rebound Chicago

Phone number (773) 255-6795

Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm M-Sat.


Blue Marble ECO

6550 East 30th Street., Suite 151

Indianapolis, IN 46219

Telephone: (317) 438-51429

Monroe County, Indiana Solid Waste Management District

3400 South Walnut St.

Bloomington, IN 47401

Available at rotating rural recycling centers

Free bulky item disposal


Metro Waste Authority – Central Office

300 East Locust Street, Suite 100

Des Moines, Iowa 50309-1864

Curbside garbage large item collection

Metro Park Landfill (East and West)


Barton County Landfill

Great Bend, KS 67530

Hours: Monday -Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM;

Saturday 8:00AM – 4:00PM

Reno County Landfill

703 S Mohawk Rd

Hutchinson, KS 67501

Telephone: (620) 694-2586

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Hutchinson Correctional Facility

500 S. Reformatory Rd

Hutchinson, KS 67501


Lexington Waste Management

Schedule pickup:( 859) 425-2255


Lafayette Large Item Collection

705 West University Avenue

Lafayette, LA 70506

Telephone: (337) 806-2000

Performed by Republic Services once a month.


UTEC Mattress Recycling

35 Warren Street

Lowell, MA 01852

Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9AM – 5PM;

Friday, 9AM – noon

Call or Schedule a Pickup Online

Riverside Recycling

910 Riverside St | Portland, Maine 04103

Telephone: (207) 797-6200

Call or email to see if they accept mattresses.


Alpha Ridge Landfill

2350 Marriottsville Road

Marriottsville, MD 21104

Telephone: (410) 313-6444

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 8:00am – 4:00pm


LRP Recycling

47 Mellen St., Framingham, MA 01703

Telephone: (508) 879-1732

Conigliaro Industries

701 Waverly Street

Framingham, MA, 01702

Toll Free: 888-266-4425

Mattress Recycling – New England, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts


Lowell, MA, 01852

Mattress Recycling in Massachusetts

Raw Material Recovery Corporation

461 West Broadway

Gardner, MA 1440


The Emmet County Recycling Center

7363 Pleasantview Road

Harbor Springs, MI 49740

Telephone: (231) 526-2031

Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 4:00PM;

Saturday: 8:00AM – 3:00PM

Michigan Mattress Recyclers

Gaylord, MI 49734

Telephone: (989) 390-1913

Recycle Ann Arbor

2950 E. Ellsworth Road

Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Telephone: (734) 971-7400

Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 8:30AM – 6:00PM;

Saturday 9:00AM – 6:00PM

Bay Area Recycling for Charities

14407 Industrial Drive

Kaleva MI 49645

Bay Area Recycling for Charities

1567 W. South Airport

Traverse City, MI 49686


Coon Rapids Recycling Center

1831 111th Ave NW

Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Hours: First Saturday of the month 9:00 a.m. to 3:00

Brooklyn Park Hennepin County Recycling Center and Transfer Station

8100 Jefferson Highway

Brooklyn Park, MN 55445

Telephone: (612) 348-3777

Hours: Wednesday – Friday 10:00AM – 6:00PM;

Saturday 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Second Chance Recycling

1179 15th Avenue SE

Minneapolis, MN 55414

Telephone: (612) 332-0664 ext. 14

Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 3:30AM

Certified Recycling

14305 Ewing Ave

Burnsville, MN 55306

Telephone: (952) 894-1448

Hours: Monday – Tuesday: 7:00AM – 6:00PM;

Wednesday – Friday: 7:00AM – 4:00PM

Lyon County Minnesota

504 Fairgrounds Road

Marshall, MN 56258

Goodwill Industries

700 Garfield Ave

Duluth, MN 55802


Industrial Demanufacturing LLC

2012 Industrial Park Rd

Sardis, MS 38666

Telephone: (888) 393-1883


Avenue Of Life

5117 E 31st Street

Kansas City, MO 64128

Telephone: (816) 892-0701

BedHead Mattress and Carpet Pad Recycling

Billings, MO 65610

Telephone: (417) 824-8799

Hours: Tue – Sat 8:00am – 5:00pm (winter);

Tue – Sat 8:00am – 6:00pm (summer)

According to the website, the Lone Pine Avenue Recycling Center, located at 3020 S. Lone Pine Avenue is the only facility accepting mattresses for a fee of $15 per piece.


Mattress Mill

8383 Huffine Lane

Bozeman, Montana 59718

Telephone: (406) 586-4525

Mattress Disposal

Telephone: (877) 708-8329


Mon – Fri: 8AM – midnight

All times Eastern

Call for pick up


Omaha Mattress Disposal

Telephone: (877) 708-8329

Nebraska Furniture Mart

700 S 72nd St, Omaha, NE


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Bellevue, La Vista, Papillion, Blair, Plattsmouth, Ralston, & Fremont, NE

Telephone: (402) 810 6319

Call for pickup


Mattress Paloma

North Las Vegas, NV

Telephone: (702) 638-7856


Nashua Mattress Disposal

Telephone: (877) 708-8329

Call for pickup

Jordan’s Furniture

Visit a Sleep Lab location near you, and ask one of our Sleep Lab technicians about our eco-friendly options.


Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Telephone: (603) 427-1530

Call for pickup


Conigliaro Industries

701 Waverly Street

Framingham, MA, 01702

Toll Free: 888-266-4425

Mattress Recycling – New England, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts

CJP Group

Telephone: (732) 620-9787

Hours: Open 24 hours Monday – Saturday

Door to door mattress recycling


Albuquerque Mattress Disposal

Call for pickup

New Mexico Recycling Coalition

PO Box 24364, Santa Fe, NM 87502

Telephone: (505) 983-4470

DCH Junk Removal

Call for pick up

Residential Waste Management

Albuquerque residents may schedule a large item pick-up through the ABQ311 website, the ABQ311 mobile app, or by dialing “311”.

Requests must be made Monday-Saturday by phone at least 24 hours in advance.


Triad Recycling and Energy Corporation

Tonawanda, NY 14150

Telephone: (716) 235-8822

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 3:30pm

Fee of $17 per piece for mattresses.

Conigliaro Industries

701 Waverly Street

Framingham, MA, 01702

Toll Free: 888-266-4425

Mattress Recycling – New England, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts


Spring Back Mattress Recycling

2225 Freedom Drive


Check national mattress recycling companies at the end of this list.


Ohio Mattress Recycling

948 Wayside Drive

Telephone: (440) 856-3685

Ohio Mattress Recycling

948 Wayside Drive

Cleveland, OH 44094

Telephone: (440) 856-3685


Oklahoma City Mattress Disposal

Call for pick up

Junk Boss

Oklahoma City, OK

Telephone: (405) 802-5865

The City of Stillwater Convenience Collection Center


Environmentally Conscious Recycling

12409 NE San Rafael St.

Portland, OR 97294

Hours: Mon – Sat 7:00am – 7:00pm;

Sun 7:00am – 6:00pm

Telephone: (503) 253-0867

Green Bed Recycling

10350 SW Herman Rd

Tualatin, OR 97062

Telephone: (503) 783-1448

Green Bed Recycling

10360 SW Spokane Ct

Tualatin, OR 97062

Rubbish Works of Portland

3439 NE Sandy Blvd.

Portland, OR 97232

Telephone: (503) 928-6894

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat 8:00am – 4:00pm

Mattress/Box spring removal and recycling.

SBC Recycle

19040 SW Shaw St.

Beaverton, OR 97007

Telephone: (503) 334-4146

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm;

Sat 9:00am – 6:00pm

Mattress/Box Spring recycling and disposal.

Fees vary by mattress size and type.

St. Vincent De Paul (multiple locations)

Multiple locations in and around Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 687-5820

Hours: Vary by drop off location

Mattress/Box Spring Recycling

$10 fee per-piece of mattresses, box springs, and futon mattresses.

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

201 Division Ave Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 762-7837

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

1175 Hwy 99 N, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 607-4541

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

705 S Seneca, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 345-8036

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

1870 W 11th, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 844-1945

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

2345 W. Broadway, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 284-5024

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

2890 Chad Drive, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 743-7117

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

555 High St, Eugene, OR

Telephone: (541) 344-2115

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

100 E. 11th, Eugene, OR

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

199 Q St, Springfield, OR

Telephone: (541) 746-7784

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

4555 Main St, Springfield, OR

Telephone: (541) 747-5811

Eugene St. Vincent de Paul

47664 Highway 58, Oakridge, OR


West Chester Mattress Disposal

West Chester, PA

Call for pick up

King of Prussia Mattress Disposal

King of Prussia, PA

Call for pick up

Montgomery County Pennsylvania

Norristown, PA 19404-0311

Hours 8:30 a.m.- 4:15 p.m.


Doylestown, PA 18901

Call for quote on pickup


Express Mattress Recyclers

Rumford, RI 2916

Free drop-off for businesses

By appointment only. Businesses must contact Justine Fallon to arrange no-cost recycling [email protected] or 860-904-0981.

Ace Mattress Recycling

14 Clyde Street

West Warwick RI 2893

Tuesday 9AM 4PM

Wednesday 9AM 4PM

Thursday 9AM 4PM

Saturday 10AM 12PM

Telephone: (401) 615-9619


Nine Lives Mattress Recycling

837 N Pamplico Hwy.

Pamplico, SC 29583

Telephone: (843) 916-9753

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm



523 North Kiwanis Ave. Ste. B

Telephone: (605) 212-3476

Hours: Mon-Sat 9:00am – 5:00pm

Mattress/Box Spring Recycling


Spring Back Recycling

921 Cherokee Ave, Nashville, TN 37207

Telephone: (615) 207-2736

Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00am – 3:30pm

Mattress/Box Spring Recycling

Grassland Convenience Center

Franklin, TN 37069

Telephone: (615) 371-1697

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 5:00pm; Sat – Sun 7:00am – 6:00pm

  • Other TN landfills and convenience centers are listed on the website. A call may be required to confirm mattress acceptance at individual locations.

Nolensville Convenience Center

Brentwood, TN 37027

Telephone: (615) 776-2717

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 5:00pm; Sat – Sun 7:00am – 6:00pm

  • Other TN landfills and convenience centers are listed on the website. A call may be required to confirm mattress acceptance at individual locations.

Landfill & Convenience Center

5750 Pinewood Road

Franklin, TN 37064

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 3:30pm; Sat – Sun 7:00am – 6:00pm

  • Other TN landfills and convenience centers are listed on the website. A call may be required to confirm mattress acceptance at individual locations.


DreamGreen Recycling

Houston Furniture Bank

Telephone: (713) 842-9771

Hours: Tue – Sat 8:00am – 4:00pm

Fees: $10 per piece if dropped off, $25 per piece if picked up.

Mattress B Gone

Spring Branch Dr.

Telephone: (713) 401-2895

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 7:00pm;

Sat 7:00am – 12:00pm

Rubbish Works of Austin and Williamson County

12400 Anders Mill Road

Telephone: (512) 646-0980

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm;

Sat 9:00am – 4:00pm


Spring Back Utah

1929 S 4130 W Suite D

Salt Lake City, UT 84104

Telephone: (801) 906-8146

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 4:30pm;

Sat 10:00am – 2:00pm

Mattress/Box Spring/Metal Frame Recycling

$10 per item recycling fee; pick-up fees vary by location



397 Patchen Rd #3, South Burlington, VT 05403

Hours: Tuesday – Open 24 hours

Wednesday – Open 24 hours

Thursday – Open 24 hours

Friday – Open 24 hours

Saturday – Open 24 hours

Sunday – Open 24 hours

Monday – Open 24 hours

Barre Town Transfer

Days/Hours of Operation: Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8AM to 4PM

Telephone: (802) 775-7722


Fair n Fast Junk Removal

Primarily serving Northern Virginia


Arlington Recycle Warehouse

16910 59th Ave NE #95

Arlington, WA 98223

Telephone: (425) 931-3670

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 5:30pm;

Sat 7:00am – 3:30pm

Drop off costs for mattress recycling is $10 per item; pick-up fee is $25 per item

NW Furniture Bank

117 Puyallup Ave

Telephone: (253) 302-3868

Hours: Tue – Sat 9:00am – 4:00pm

Mattress/Box Spring (repurposing and recycling)

$25 recycling fee per piece for pick-up. May be dropped off for $15 per piece.

A Plus Removal & Recycling

1302 W Main St #25

Auburn, WA 98001

Telephone: (253) 737-4441

Hours: Mon – Fri 6:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat 9:00am – 3:00pm

CDL Recycle

7201 E Marginal Way S

Seattle, WA 98108

Telephone: (206) 763-2002

Hours: Mon – Sat 5:00am – 12:00am;

Sat 6:00am – 2:00pm

Republic Services – Black River Facility

501 Monster Rd SW

Renton, WA 98055

Telephone: (206) 332-7777

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat 10:00am – 12:00pm

Rubbish Works (Bellevue)

14210 NE 21st Street

Bellevue WA 98007

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm;

Sat 9:00am – 4:00pm


City of Huntington, WV

800 Fifth Avenue

Huntington, WV 25701

Request a special pickup, call 304-696-5903


Midwest Mattress Recovery

N1047 County Road L

Telephone: (920) 261-1999


City of Sheridan

55 Grinnell Plaza

Sheridan WY 82801

Express Mattress Recycling

Hours: Mon-Su 8am – 7pm

Cheyenne, Wyoming Furniture Disposal

Telephone: 307- 637-6440

Pickup for a fee

National Mattress Recycling and/or Disposal Companies:


Mattress pickup and recycling


Hours: By appointment with two-hour windows.

Mattress recycling, removal, donations, and disposal

Mattress Disposal Plus

160 Cities Nationwide

Telephone: 877- 708-8329

Hours: Mon – Sat 8:00am – 6:00pm

Mattress and box spring removal and disposal

Junk King

Telephone: 1-888-888-JUNK (5865)

Mattress removal and recycling

College Hunks Hauling Junk

Mattress removal, disposal, and recycling

A Bedder World

Telephone: (720) 263-6094

Mattress pickup, disposal, and recycling.

Fees start at $65

Canada Mattress Recycling and Disposal Companies:

Pacific Mattress Recycling

Hope, BC V0X 1L4, Canada

Telephone: +1 604-324-3211

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat – Sun 10:00am – 3:00pm

Re-Matt Inc.

Calgary, AB T2G 3C3, Canada

Telephone: +1 403-918-6411

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:30am – 3:00pm

Mattress and box spring recycling.

Charges a fee of $15 +GST per mattress or box spring

Canadian Mattress Recycling

715 Eaton Way #140

Delta, BC V3M 6S5, Canada

Telephone: +1 604-777-0324

Hours: Mon – Fri 7:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat – Sun 8:30am – 5:00pm

Remove and recycle mattresses and boxy springs

Matt Canada

Anjou (Québec) Canada

Telephone: (514) 648-7575

Mattress removal and recycling.

Recover Canada Ltd.

Toronto, Ontario M9L 1C8

Mattress Recycling

1046 4th Avenue

Hope, B.C. V0X 1L4

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm;

Sat – Sun 10:00am – 3:00pm

Recycling mattresses, box springs, and futons


Hours: By appointment.

Additional Resources for Mattress Recycling Locations

If you’re unable to find a nearby location in the above list, Earth 911 provides a searchable database by material and by zipcode.

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Our environment is precious

Did you know that in the UK alone, an incredible 8 million mattresses are disposed of every year?! The sad fact is that the majority of these mattresses are sent to landfill. It’s certainly not difficult to imagine the significant impact this has on our environment.

We want to make a difference

Thankfully, there is a solution – and we are incredibly proud to be part of it.

So how are mattresses recycled?

Working to reduce the numbers of mattresses sent to landfill, mattress components are separated out individually. These are then distributed to industries that can benefit from these raw materials.

Whether it’s the steel used within the mattress springs, or the comfort fillings such as wool and cotton – components are re-processed by all sorts of different manufacturers. From insulation for homes to materials used in cars, a recycled mattress can be used in so many ways!

Remarkably, by choosing to recycle, 100% of your old mattress can avoid landfill!

Let’s get recycling!

It’s simple – we want to help to prevent mattresses being sent to landfill. And we believe that recycling should be easy.

You can recycle your old mattress when you purchase a new one – for only£24.99!

Simply choose any of our mattresses and select "recycle my old mattress" when you get to the checkout.

All you need to do then is have your old mattress ready at the time of your delivery, without any bedding. When your lovely new mattress arrives, our delivery drivers will collect your old mattress to be recycled!

An all-in-one delivery and recycling solution – it really is that simple.

Great for you, great for our environment

Our recycling option forms part of our ever-growing commitment to improve our services for our customers. We’d like to thank every single one of our customers who have chosen to recycle with us so far.

Together with your help, we can support mattress recycling in the UK to ensure that the number of mattresses sent to landfill every year continues to be reduced – and our environment safeguarded for generations to come.

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