If in good condition, mattresses could be sold online, taken to a charity shop or given away on Freecycle (opens in new window) or Freegle (opens in new window). Some local authorities and charities might even collect reusable items from your home. Please note that any furniture containing upholstery needs to have a fire label on it, or it cannot be reused - see Reuse Network (opens in a new window) for more information.
Alternatively, you can recycle your mattress by taking it to one of north London's reuse and recycling centres (opens in new window), or by arranging a collection through your local council's bulky collection service (opens in new window). You can read more about our mattress recycling (opens in new window).
We are sorry to say that mattress recycling has been temporarily paused at Kings Road Reuse and Recycling Centre. We will update this webpage and the Kings Road webpage as soon as they can be accepted again. Please take unwanted mattresses to another reuse and recycling centre.