At St. Vinnie's woodshop, mattresses are deconstructed and the covers used on privacy dividers for Night Shelter.
At St. Vinnie's woodshop, mattresses are deconstructed and the covers used on privacy dividers for Night Shelter.

Mattress drop-off locations in California

Mattress drop-off locations in Lane County, Oregon

Mattress Recycling Brochure

Contact:
P.O. Box 24608
Eugene, OR 97402
Eugene: (541) 345-0595
Oakland: (510) 351-0520
Woodland: (530) 665-6887
Stockton: (209) 234-5818

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Mattress Recycling

St. Vincent de Paul is the world leader in mattress recycling. DR3, our operation in California, was the first commercially viable mattress recycling business in the world. Today, with operations in Oakland, Woodland, and Stockton, California; and Eugene, Oregon; we recycle more than 300,000 mattresses and boxsprings every year.

How Does It Work?
Mattresses and boxsprings are cut open and separated into various components, including cotton, foam, wood and steel.  These materials are baled and shipped out for recycling. In 2016 we kept more than 300,000 discrete mattresses, box springs, and futon mattresses out of landfills.

In addition to providing a benefit for the planet St. Vincent's de Paul's mattress recycling program creates entry-level jobs for ex-offenders and others who have barriers to employment. We pay above minimum wage, provide benefits such as health care, and give people transferable skills that can help them find good-paying jobs in the community.

 

For businesses in Eugene Oregon who have more than 10 mattresses/boxsprings, Email Daven for info or to set up a recycling account.

For businesses in California, Email Tim for info about our DR3 locations.

 

For information about DR3 Mattress Recycling, our sister companies in Oakland, Woodland, and Stockton California, visit our website www.mattressrecycling.us

 

Also check out the clip below, we were featured on the Discovery Network's Dirty Jobs in 2009: