Businesses: Please check out our Recycling Services page to see what we can offer to your business
Frequently Asked Questions about Mattress Recycling
- Can I bring my mattress to your facility?
Yes. DR3 Mattress Recycling is open Monday-Friday from 6:00AM to 3:00PM. Mattresses can be dropped off any time during those hours. The fee for mattresses, boxsprings and futons is $7 per piece. We are located at 9921 Medford Avenue in Oakland.
- Where else can I drop off a mattress?
The following locations accept mattresses and boxsprings. We suggest that you call ahead to confirm the location's hours, fees, and whether they are currently accepting mattresses.
- Ben Lomond: Ben Lomond Transfer Station, 9835 Newell Creek Rd., 831-454-2430
- Berkeley: Berkeley Transfer Station, 1201 - 2nd Street, 510-981-7270
- Burlingame: Greenworx, 888 Hinckley Road, 888-714-7444
- Livermore: Altamont Landfill, 10840 Altamont Pass Road, 800-449-6349
- Martinez: Contra Costa Transfer & Recovery Station, 951 Waterbird Way, 925-313-8900
- Milpitas: Newby Island Sanitary Landfill, 1601 Dixon Landing Road, 408-432-1234
- Pacifica: Recology (formerly Coastside/Seacoast Disposal), 1046 Palmetto Ave., 650-355-9000
- Palo Alto: Palo Alto Landfill, 2380 Embarcadero Rd., 650-329-2655
- Redding: City Of Redding Transfer Station & Recycling Facility, 2255 Abernathy, 530-224-6201
- San Carlos: San Carlos Transfer Station, 225 Shoreway Road, 650-592-0255
- San Francisco: Recology, 501 Tunnel Avenue, 415-330-1400
- San Leandro: Davis Street Transfer Station, 2615 Davis Street, 510-638-2303
- San Martin: San Martin Transfer Station, 14070 Llagas Ave., 408-683-4443
- Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Resource Recovery Facility, 605 Dimeo Rd., 831-420-6273
- Sunnyvale: SMaRT Station, 301 Carl Road, 408-752-8530
- Watsonville: Buena Vista Landfill, 1231 Buena Vista Dr., 831-454-2430
Do you pick up old mattresses?
We do not offer a pick-up service. We recommend you call one of the following independent hauling service companies, who bring recyclable mattresses to us:
How does DR3 benefit my community?
- American Hauling
510-220-1358 • Serving Oakland, San Leandro, Alameda, and Berkeley; can pick up in San Francisco and Vallejo for an additional fee.
800-326-4285 • http://www.ecohaul.com • Serving the San Francisco Bay Area.
In 2010 DR3 diverted over 2,500 tons of material from local landfills. Diverting items from landfills extends the life of those landfills, which means fewer dumps and more open space in California, and helps county governments meet their recycling goals. DR3 also provides good jobs with benefits to local residents.
How does mattress recycling work?
At DR3 our mission is to recycle as much as possible. That’s why we deconstruct mattresses by hand rather than shredding them. To learn more about how mattress recycling works, please visit the About Us page.
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