GRAND OPENING THIS WEEK – FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST!
Williamson County residents pay $20.00 per mattress & $20.00 per box spring.
We accept Credit or Debit Cards only. We do not accept cash at this time.
Take advantage of this convenience and recycle at our drop-off location below, beginning September 1, 2023:
Mattress Recycling Drop-Off Locations for Williamson County Residents Only
NOLENSVILLE CONVENIENCE CENTER
1525 Owen Road
Brentwood, TN. 37027
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday | 7:00am-5:00pm
Saturday-Sunday | 7:00am-6:00pm
1. Arrive at the guard shack and pay via credit card or debit card
2. The guard will direct you to our 53ft trailer truck to load your mattress
3. A SpringBack team member picks up the truck weekly to empty and process the mattress at our facility
“We hope residents will take advantage of this opportunity to recycle their mattresses at the Nolensville Convenience Center. There are substantial environmental and economic benefits to recycling mattresses, especially when landfill avoidance costs are taken into consideration.”
How You are Contributing to the Positive Cycle
Each material is separated and
baled appropriately as every mattress and box spring is deconstructed.
We disassemble and deconstruct the mattresses & box springs
Material buyers then repurpose the scrap, giving each mattress a new life.
The materials get recycled
Our foam, cotton and felt are repurposed into items such as carpet padding.
Recycled materials get turned into new products
Our Steel is melted at a foundry and repurposed into other steel products.
Avoid Landfill Build Up & Health Risks
Our wood is sent to the chipper and repurposed into landscape mulch.
We provide solid employment with full benefits, and life and vocational skills for those getting back on their feet.
Good Values in Our Society
Our goal is to recycle every mattress in the state of TN first, which also creates good jobs for hundreds, potentially thousands of homeless men and women.
Create a more Green and Sustainable Future
We prevent used mattresses from entering landfills and from recirculating in the secondary market, where they pose ongoing health risks.
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