Mattress Processing

In July 2009, the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) opened WA's first mattress recycling facility, providing an easy, affordable and better environmental outcome for the disposal of old mattresses. Since this time, market conditions have changed and only the spring steel is recycled where possible.

Mattresses accepted (must be dry)

  • Spring mattresses;
  • Foam (futon) mattresses; and
  • Ensemble bases.

What is recycled?

  • Shredded steel springs are recycled into the manufacture of new steel where possible.

Disposal fees apply

Commercial customers can dispose of mattresses at Hazelmere Resource Recovery Park for a fee.

Member Councils residents can dispose of a maximum 5 mattresses per resident at Hazelmere Resource Recovery Park or Red Hill Waste Management Facility for a fee.

Disposal locations table
Hazelmere Resource Recovery Park
Address: 77 Lakes Road, Hazelmere
Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 7:00am-3:00pm

(closed Public holidays and Christmas holidays)

Red Hill Waste Management Facility (residents only)
Address: 1094 Toodyay Road, Red Hill
Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 7:00am-4:00pm

Sat 8:00am-4:00pm

Sun 10:00am-4:00pm

(closed Good Friday, Christmas Day & New Year's Day)


Customers may be required to unload their own mattresses.

More Information/Enquiries

Please call Hazelmere Resource Recovery Park (08) 9274 7807, email mail@emrc.org.au or go to www.emrc.org.au.

The EMRC acknowledges the grant funding support of the Waste Authority at its Hazelmere Resource Recovery Park for funding received for the establishment of mattress processing operations and towards the cost of building a commercial and industrial waste sorting plant.