Accepting mattresses today!!
Spring Back Mattress Recycling NW is a division of the NW Furniture Bank. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:30 and are located behind the Furniture Bank at 2301 Dock Street, Tacoma WA 98421.
Over 30 million mattresses are sent to landfills across the country each year!
90% of a mattress can be recycled. It is the right thing to do.
Spring Back Mattress Recycling NW was created with three purposes in mind:
1. To create employment opportunities
2. To divert mattress waste from the landfills
3. To provide re-purposed mattresses and a revenue stream to NW Furniture Bank
We are dedicated to growing this venture as the preferred method of mattress disposal in the Puget Sound.
Spring Back accepts cash and after June 24th will accept Visa and Mastercard or debit .
Please note the recycling fees listed below
SBNW Quick Q & A -
Recycle? Really? Yes, 90% of a mattress is composed of recyclable materials. The more we can recycle, the more we can divert from landfills.
Can we drop off our mattress? Yes, for a fee we will process your mattress to ensure that it does not end up in a landfill. The items can be in any condition but MUST be dry.
Will you pick up our used mattress? Yes, if you live within 15 miles of SBNW we will pick up your mattress set for a fee.
How much does it cost? $20 per piece for in home pick up. $10 per piece if it is brought to the furniture bank.
What if the mattress is stained or ripped? We can still recycle it, but it must be dry.
Puget Sounds first Spring Back mattress recycling facility is being made possible with grants from:
The Bamford Foundation, Dimmer Family Foundation, Forest Foundation
Harbor Covenant Church, and The Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation in Honor of Wayne Willis
For more information, click here.
NW Furniture Bank helps restore hope, dignity, and stability in our community by recycling donated furniture to people in need.
"I really appreciate the furniture. It is people like you, the organizations that donate, the people that donate that make life better for the less fortunate. Words cannot express how I feel, from being able to have not only a roof over my head and my sons, but also having furniture! Now my house feels more like a home."