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Mattress Recycling


Accepting Mattresses and Box Springs Today!

Tacoma Location Only
117 Puyallup Ave Tacoma, WA 98421

Drop Off Hours: Monday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. -  4:00 p.m.

Drop Off - $20 per piece*  
Pick-Up - $35 per piece* 

Schedule A Pick-Up Online or
by Phone at 253-302-3868 x101

*Mattress or Box Spring*


  1. From either North or South I-5, Take I-705 exit North
  2. Follow signs and exit toward the Tacoma Dome and East 26th St
  3. Turn RIGHT onto East 26th St
  4. Take first LEFT onto East C St and cross railroad tracks and East 25th St
  5. Turn LEFT onto Puyallup Ave - Mattress & furniture drop offs acceptable around the backside of building. 

You'll see our retail store, Hope Furnishings on street level. There's a right turn at the end of the building. Turn right to come around the backside of the building and through the gate. Mattress and box spring drop offs are accepted in the blue warehouse on the left. Proceed to the door at the far end of the building for assistance. 

Over 30 million mattresses are sent to landfills across the country each year!
90% of a mattress can be recycled.
t is the right thing to do.

NW Furniture Bank created this program 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


Mattress Recycling Quick Q & A -

Recycle? Really? Yes, 90% of a mattress is composed of recyclable materials. 

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 NWFB we will pick up your mattress set for a fee.

How much does it cost? $35 per piece for in-home pick-up. $20 per piece if it is brought to the furniture bank. A king which is 3 pieces are only charged for 2 pieces.

What if the mattress is stained or ripped? We can still recycle it, but it must be dry.




Puget Sound's first  mattress recycling facility is made possible with grants from:

  • The Bamford Foundation,
  • Dimmer Family Foundation
  • Forest Foundation
  • Harbor Covenant Church
  • The Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation in Honor of Wayne Willis