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How to Get Rid of a Mattress in Las Vegas (5 Local Options)

How to Get Rid of a Mattress in Las Vegas (5 Local Options)


Mattresses in Las Vegas can be a difficult thing to get rid of. Regulations around mattress disposal are becoming more and more strict and more companies are refusing to accept them. Luckily, we have researched various options for you to get rid of a mattress here in Las Vegas and have compiled a list below. We have included options for you to sell it, donate it, dispose of it, or recycle it (which is what we do!).

5 Ways to Dispose of a Mattress in Las Vegas

Option #1: A Bedder World Mattress Removal (Las Vegas, NV) – Curbside Pick Up Service


At A Bedder World, we offer a curbside mattress pickups 6 days a week and cover the entire Las Vegas area. You can easily book online, pay with a credit card and set your items outside on your chosen pick up day. Our team will drop by and grab your items and responsibly dispose of them. We recycle, donate, repurpose, or responsibly dispose of every mattress we pick up. To date we have recycled over 1,000,000 mattresses nationwide and have saved over 26,000,000 cubic feet of space in our nation’s landfills.

Option #2: Drop off – Las Vegas Local Landfill


You are lucky to have the largest landfill in North America just 25 miles outside of Las Vegas. The Apex landfill is a
model for the rest of the country and is doing wonderful things with trash to generate energy to power Las Vegas.
If you have a truck, and a friend to help, you can load up your mattress and take it to the dump. Be sure to call first
to check hours of operation and check on the fees to dump a mattress.

Landfill option #1 – Apex Regional Landfill


Landfill Option #2 – Wynn Collection Center


Option #3: Good Condition? Try To Donate it


Donating your lightly used mattress to someone in need is a great option! Family members or friends are often potential recipients. You can also check with your favorite charity, church, or community center. Donation centers will sometimes take mattresses if they are in good shape, free of stains, and are 5 years old or under.

** We checked with the following donations centers Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, and Goodwill in Las Vegas and unfortunately, due to sanitary concerns and bed bug concerns, none are accepting mattresses for donation at this time.

Option #4: Sell it – Las Vegas Craigslist or FaceBook Marketplace


New Mattresses can be quite expensive, so there are many people who may not have the resources to buy a new mattress. A gently used mattress without tears, stains, or bed bugs could be a welcome item for them. Make sure you take a nice picture of your mattress and state clearly that it doesn’t have stains or bed bugs. Maybe you can make a little extra cash and help someone else save a buck.

Option #5: DIY – Do it Yourself Mattress Recycling


Do what we do – Tear apart your mattress with a carpet knife and separate the materials, and then use the
materials for other things. You can use the foam to make pillows, or dog beds, or you can take the foam to a carpeting manufacturer. Manufacturers use the foam to make carpeting underlayment. You can take the steel to your local recycling center. Cut up the wood from your boxspring and use it for firewood.
We have a great step-by-step “How To Guide” on our blog that you can follow.

We hope this list of options helps you to find a way to get rid of your old mattress. Good luck and if you have any questions, we are always happy to offer advice on any of the suggestions above. Give us a call, shoot us a text, or an email, and think “A Bedder World!”

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