Mattress Recycling & Disposal
How to Recycle
Visit byebyemattress.com to search and locate a municipal pick up provider in your area.
Monetary incentives are available in select states for consumer drop-offs to recycling cities. Limitations, restrictions, and no-cost drop-offs vary by state.
Municipal Pick Up
Many local city and county governments provide municipal pick up services to remove bulky waste – including mattresses – from your home. Contact your local municipal to learn how curbside pick up of a bulky item works in your area. You may have a free pick up available. Policies vary and an appointment may be required.
Additional Recycling Fee by State
Recycling fees vary by state and are paid for by the consumer.
- California $10.50
- Rhode Island $16.00
- Connecticut $11.75
Pursuant to California Law, effective January 1, 2021, all retailers that deliver a new mattress to a consumer in California must offer to pick up a used mattress and/or box spring at no additional cost to the consumer within 30 days of delivery. (1) mattress and/or (1) box spring are eligible for pick up for every (1) mattress purchased.
Please visit byebyemattress.com for more information.
*Please have your mattress and/or box spring ready and bagged outside/curbside for a scheduled pick up. Contaminated mattresses posing a health or safety hazard are not eligible for pick up. Carriers have the right to refuse a pick up if a mattress and/or box spring is contaminated or poses a risk to personnel, new products, or equipment. 42992 section of the law. Due to COVID-19 some carriers may have suspended take-back services.