The TFR group invests in a mattress collection and recycling service

Commercial mattress recycling and “circular economy specialist” The Furniture Recycling Group (TFR Group) says it is tackling the problem of mattress waste by investing in the launch of a new mattress collection and recycling service.

TFR Group says that after doubling its turnover and workforce over the past four years, it is continuing to grow, expanding its extensive service areas with a mattress collection service which will be available in Preston, Stoke, Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Liverpool, and Leeds.

The TFR group says it is diverting this waste stream with a service that offers a 0% landfill guarantee and a 90% recycling rate.

We know how difficult it can be to implement sustainable practices without the right logistics.

TFR Group says its new service will support retailers, local authorities and waste management companies with the logistics needed to enable a cost-effective and efficient mattress collection and recycling service. The company says it will send a two-person team to collect a minimum of 10 mattresses from the company, which will then be analyzed and prepared for the start of the recycling process.

The mattress collection and recycling service will be fully documented, according to TFR Groups, to provide transparency throughout the process.

TFR Group CEO and Founder, Nick Oettinger, said: “We’ve been supporting our business and commercial partners for over a decade now, and we’re delighted to be able to continue supporting them with our new hassle-free mattress collection and recycling. . service.

“We know how difficult it can be to implement sustainable practices without the right logistics, which is why our new cost-effective collection service allows us to do it on their behalf, tackling a difficult waste stream and divert mattresses from landfill. ”

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