A high-quality innerspring mattress can be quite an investment. One that many families aren’t keen on replacing more often than necessary. Unfortunately, innerspring mattresses do not have the longest of lifespans. This means they have to be replaced quite frequently.
As we begin to take notice of the impact we have on the planet, more and more Americans are looking for new ways to reduce carbon footprints, reuse resources whenever possible, and recycle the things that remain.
It’s a great policy — especially when it comes to mattresses. According to Earth911.com, “Each year in the U.S., 40 million mattresses are disposed of, and a mattress can take up as much as 40 cubic feet in a landfill.” Unfortunately, mattresses have traditionally been difficult for the average consumer to recycle.