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Companies should take responsibility for recycling their own mattresses

The rising issue of irresponsible recycling has been hitting landlords, retailers and housing associations where it hurts in recent weeks, with ill-equipped recycling companies abandoning mountains of mattresses and other waste materials and failing to adhere to the proper processes, says Nick Oettinger, managing director at The Furniture Recycling Group (TFRG), who offers a better alternative when it comes to disposing of used mattresses.

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