Mattress recycling centers takes the mattress apart to recover the wood, steel, cotton fiber and filling materials. Most mattress recyclers ask for a small fee to take each mattress. This amount varies, depending on the ... More »

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Centers that recycle wood include Potomac Recycling in Dumfries, Virginia; B&J Recycling in Absecon, New Jersey; and American Waste Industries in Sun Valley, California. There is wide range of wood-recycling centers thro... More »

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Local recycling centers typically accept cardboard and other paper products, and many municipal recycling services allow people to place cardboard in bins. Another option to consider is donating boxes to help people who ... More »

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Sealy makes the Posturepedic line of mattresses featuring a combination of foam top with coil and gel centers, while Therapedic, a different manufacturer, makes a variety of mattresses under many brand names with differe... More »

Memory foam, made from viscoelastic, is a substance commonly used to make pillows, mattresses and mattress covers. Memory foam changes its shape when heat or pressure is applied, and it spreads weight evenly across its s... More »

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Sleep Like The Dead is a sleep product research website that compiles user reviews of mattresses categorized by brand, mattress type and material. Consumer Reports also offers comprehensive mattress reviews to its subscr... More »

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The dimensions of bed mattresses are 39-by-75 inches for twin-sized mattresses, 54-by-75 inches for full-sized mattress, 60-by-80 inches for queen-sized mattresses and 76-by-80 inches for king-sized mattresses. The Calif... More »

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