Have you ever tried disposing of your mattress? The holidays has forced everyone into a cleanup frenzy. Mattresses are usually high on the list for disposal this time of year. You should know that mattress disposal can be a very tedious clean up activity. There is some caution to be taken in regards to how you dispose of your mattress. Your mattress should not be dumped in a dumpster neither should it be placed on the curb until your garbage disposal day. This is not the safest way to rid yourself of unwanted junk.
Yes Your Mattress Can Be Recycled
Did you know that mattresses can be recycled? Many homeowners are not aware of this but mattresses are loaded with recyclable materials. All of the wood, foam, cotton and the metal springs are all recyclable materials. Choosing this method will help you protect the environment and promote healthy living.
Mattress disposal that does not involve recycling will only contribute to an increase in land fill space. The best and eco-friendly way to throw away your mattress is to have it recycled. Approximately 80 – 90% of a mattress can be recycled. Once a box spring has collapsed its steel cage, wood frame and cotton outer layer can be all recycled as well.
If your mattress can’t be recycled because it is in an unsatisfactory state then rest assured we will handle the responsibility of properly disposing your mattress for you. If you are dumping your mattress this holiday season then now is the perfect time to start proper mattress disposal.
Contact Junk King to find out how your old mattress can be recycled Our professional team can pick up your old mattress and make sure that it is disposed of properly. We take pride in practicing the safest mattress disposal techniques in our bid to safe guard the environment.