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Mattress Recyclers

Beginning December 2012, Take it Back Network members include the collection and recycling of mattresses and box springs.

Take it Back Network Members




Take it Back Materials Handled

Republic Services - Black River Facility


501 Monster Rd.

Renton, WA 

Mon-Fri 6am - 6pm

No materials handled.

Spring Back Mattress Recycling NW


2301 Dock St

Tacoma, WA 

Mon-Sat 9am - 4pm

No materials handled.

Call First

Be sure to read the vendor descriptions and call first to verify that they will accept your equipment. Some vendors accept items by appointment only.

Recycling Fees

Most Take it Back organizations charge a fee to cover the cost of labor to take apart the equipment and to transport the materials to a processing facility. Read the detailed description of their services and the fees by clicking on the name of the vendor. The fees change frequently so call first to verify the cost of the recycling service.

Environmentally Sound Recycling

The organizations listed in the local Take it Back Network have agreed to recycle the materials in an environmentally sound manner, either domestically, within nations that belong to the European Union (EU) or within countries that are members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (external). Learn more about the membership requirements to join the Take it Back Network.

Other Recycling Companies

For a list of mattress recyclers that are not in the Take it Back Network, go to the What Do I Do With…? website and select "Furniture" from the drop-down menu.

Note that the businesses and organizations that are not Take it Back Network members have not agreed to the Take it Back Network membership requirements and could export their equipment to countries that have less stringent environmental regulations. Before you pay a fee to have your materials processed, be sure to ask the recycler for documentation about where and how the materials are recycled to ensure the materials are being handled properly.

Related Information

King County LinkUp is working to make mattress recycling more available and convenient. LinkUp has more information on local, national, and international efforts to increase mattress recycling.

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Updated: Dec. 18, 2012

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