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Need To Dispose Of Your Old Mattress?

posted by Shandrakor, Dec 29, 2012 7:09 PM — 6 comments

We bring home a lot of things - that's an understatement! And we keep a lot of garbage. That again is another understatement! This is the reality of the present consumerist world. People accumulate a lot of material things. Our shelves and corners are so full of them! Actually, we don't see our corners any more. It is easier to navigate the sea than navigate our homes. What makes it more difficult - the more thrilled we are at collecting things, the less eager we are at disposing them. There will always be a hundred and one reasons why "I can't get rid of my mattress." We always put it off. I have to say, it is easier to dispose of a pair of worn-out shoes, or the out-of-fad clothes, but the old mattress? For one, your wobbly old mattress is a lot heavier and bigger. It surely would look irresponsible of you to just dump it at the bin for the local garbage collector to pick up.

And may we ask, what about social responsibility? Aren't you just a bit concerned that you should be recycling your old mattress? A queen-size mattress is usually made up of foam, latex, polyurethane, coconut fibre, timbre, and steel. And if you just wait for the garbage man to take care of your old mattress disposal, you are actually throwing good material to the landfill. If these materials were stripped down and recycled to the fullest extent, we would be helping the planet because we save on raw materials and we save on energy spent in producing new mattresses. And don't forget, we help reduce the garbage.

The bottom line should always be: Reuse and Recycle, Reduce the garbage. This is fine, of course, until you realize again that it will take you weeks to strip the old hag to its useful parts. And then, of course, you will need a week or two to put them together. If you're lucky and if you are a Do-it-Yourself kind of guy, you will have a recycled mattress in 3 or 4 weeks. However, not all of us are the DIY type. This brings us to square one -- you don't have time. And actually, you really don't want to spend time recycling an old mattress. Can you not be a responsible citizen too and do your share in earth-friendly old mattress disposal the easier way?

Yes, you can! Thank your stars, there is an affordable and convenient environment-friendly old mattress disposal service . Mattress Collection Melbourne is the answer! This company has been into old mattress collection since 2009.

How do you avail of their services? They are actually at your beck and call. You make the call, there is always someone to take your call 7 days a week. After discussing details and their low cost quotation, you can arrange for the collection or pick-up date. They serve residential communities as well as commercial depots. Mattress Collection Melbourne takes pride in its punctual and dependable collection service.

The company carries this responsibility even further. After it collects your old mattress at a low cost, it strips it down, salvages recyclable materials, manufactures a totally new bed, and makes this available at lower price to other people. Not to mention the more important things -- help your home become cleaner and help the world become a better place for your children and mine. It must be noted that you have a big part in accomplishing this. The earth needs you to ask for collection and recycling companies like the Recycling Your Mattress In Melbourne to do their job. So if you're staring at your old mattress the odd way now and it looks like it needs replacement, make sure you dial the correct number. Before you bring home the new mattress, make space. Mattress Collection Melbourne waits for your call, 7 days a week.

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1. posted by dinnap, Jan 15, 2013 3:23 AM

I would like to find something like that back here in Norway!


Oskar
www.dnhk.no


2. posted by majakon, Jan 27, 2013 5:36 AM

this is good, but nothing like that in norway, sorry


3. posted by zenbuy, Feb 1, 2013 4:49 AM

Norway is amazing country!


4. posted by disenoweb9, Feb 22, 2013 8:00 AM

Great job!


5. posted by softener, May 31, 2013 7:39 AM

Great tutorial, clear and simple, thanks


6. posted by inizjall, Nov 6, 2013 3:31 AM

great clear tips

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