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How to get rid of a mattress in Little Rock, AR (4 local options)

Little Rock doesn’t have any mattress recycling facilities in town, however, they do have quite a few options when it comes to responsibly disposing of your mattress. Whether you want a team to come to your home and remove the mattress from your bedroom or you want to recycle the mattress yourself we have it covered in our 4 favorite local options below.


1. (In-Home Mattress Removal/Recycle -$80)
-Serving all areas in Little Rock, including Argenta, Broadmoor, Pankey, Sturbridge and John Barrow.
-In-Home Mattress & Junk Removal Service.
-20%-30% Less than major junk companies.
– Over 2.5 million mattresses recycled.
Click here and enter “SAVE5” at checkout for $5 off
Go Load Up began as a mattress recycling company and grew in to a full service on-demand junk removal service. They focus on being eco-friendly and have recycled over 2.5 million mattresses.  LoadUp offers mattress and box spring removal to all areas in Little Rock, including Argenta, Broadmoor, Pankey, Sturbridge and John Barrow.

Go Load Up makes it very easy for anyone in Little Rock to get rid of a mattress. Whether you are in an apartment complex in the city or have a strict HOA they can work around your location and schedule.


2. Request a Bulky Item Trash Pick Up
The town of little rock doesn’t take large items with your trash but they do allow you to call (311) to request and additional bulky item pick up. If you don’t have a specific day you need to get rid of the mattress and you don’t mind getting it out to the curb then this might be a great option for you.


3. The Little Rock Landfill
If you want to take matters into your own hands and you have a means to transport the mattress, the little rock landfill may be the right option for you. Although we hate to see mattresses end up in the landfill, sometimes it is the only option. The City of Little Rock Landfill accepts most types of trash but their fees are always changing so be sure to give them a call before making the trip over there.


4. DIY Mattress Recycling 
Mattresses are big, bulky items that take up a great deal of space in landfills- if you want to get rid of your mattress while being environmentally friendly, this is a great option for you. Wondering how to go about disassembling a mattress? Our friends at Hunker have you covered. They provide a step-by-step guide that walks you through the process from start to finish.

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