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How to Get Rid of a Mattress in Tulsa, OK (5 Local Options)


Are you a resident of Tulsa or the surrounding areas and looking to get rid of an old mattress? You may have found that finding somewhere to take your mattress can be a real pain. They are big, awkward, and heavy. They also take up a lot of room in our nation’s landfills so many dumps and landfills are no longer accepting them. Most donation centers no longer accept them either.

But, LUCKILY, in Tulsa there are still some great options for residnets to get rid of their old mattresses and box springs. We’ve made a list of the 5 best ways to get rid of your mattress in Tulsa below:

5 Ways to Get Rid of Your Old Mattress in Tulsa

Option #1: A Bedder World Mattress Recycling (Tulsa) – Curbside Pick Up


A Bedder World Mattress Recycling operates in 50+ mile radius around Tulsa. They will come to your home and pick up your old mattress from you. You can easily book and pay for a curbside pick up online here.

Just place your mattress and any other bed products outside by 8am on the day you schedule for and they will come and take it away – no contact necessary. A Bedder World began in Colorado over 10 years ago and has since expanded and now services Tulsa. They have recycled over 1 million mattresses nationwide!

Option #2. Drop off at M&M Mattress Manufacturing is in Tulsa


M&M Mattress Manufacturing will take old mattresses and re-manufactures them into reusable mattresses and then they re-sell them. You will need a truck or some way to take it to them and they may not take mattresses that have stains, have gotten wet or are in poor condition.

Call before heading there to make sure they will accept your mattress

Address: 717 N. Sheridan Tulsa OK 74115

Option #3: Donate Your Mattress


Giving your mattress to someone in need is a perfect way to get rid of your unwanted mattress. There
are many people who would love to have a lightly used, comfortable mattress to sleep on. Before
donating your mattress, make sure it is free of stains, rips, and bed bugs.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: We reached out to the donation centers in the Tulsa area and unfortunately, due to sanitary concerns and fears of bed bugs, the following centers are not accepting mattresses or box springs anymore: The Tulsa Day Center, Family and Children’s Services, Habitat for Humanity, AMVETS, Goodwill, and The Salvation Army

Option 4: DIY Mattress Recycling


You can recycle your mattress yourself! It can be a fun and educational learning experience for the
whole family. You will need some space to work around the mattress, a tarp, a knife or razor blade, and
some pliers. There is a blog post that help explain how to do it yourself. You can take the raw materials
from your mattress to places like a carpet manufacturer – they will use the foam for carpet padding.
Take the wood from your box spring to a pellet stove manufacturer. Have fun!

Option #5: Drop it at the Tulsa Indoor Dump


As a last resort, you can landfill your mattress. If you have a truck and a strong back, you can load up
your mattress and take it to a landfill. The Tulsa indoor dump charges $45 as a minimum dump fee plus
$10 per mattress for a king, queen, or full size and an extra $7 for a twin or crib size. So, approximately
$55 for one piece or $65 for a set.

Call ahead to make sure they are still accepting mattresses because
many landfills are not taking them anymore.

Tulsa Indoor Dump
M-F 7am to 4:30pm. Sat 8am til 1:30pm
1150 N Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK, 74106

We sure hope this information helps you find a way to get rid of that old mattress!

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