What’s the

problem?

Imagine a pile of mattresses and bases that reach the edge of space…

It is estimated nearly 300,000 mattresses and bases are sent to landfill every year in New Zealand. If these were stacked one on top of the other, they would reach the edge of space. What a waste.

But it doesn’t have to be that way…

Rebound Mattress Recycling

The Project

Find out how and why this all got started…
The NZ Mattress Project

The Solution

What exactly is Rebound and how will it work?
Rebound Mattress Recycling

The Industry

Do you want to participate in the
programme as a retailer, importer,
collector or recycler?
Get Involved

How and Why

Why recycle your mattress?

Recycling saves precious resources from being wasted and can create jobs.

On the other hand, dumping mattresses is a waste of resources and they cause problems for landfill operators.

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What mattresses
are accepted?

Most mattress types are accepted.

We don’t accept heavily soiled, twisted or wet mattresses.

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Is there a cost
to recycle?

There is no charge at the drop off point.

The programme is funded by manufacturers, importers and retailers of mattresses.

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Interested in mattress materials?

Around 90% of the mattresses and bases are recyclable.

Recyclable materials include timber, metal, coir fibre, foam and plastic.

Register your interest

Rebound Supporters

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Latest news & updates

It can be done!

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