Our Process

Based on  Australia’s first automated mattress recycling facility built in Melbourne west in 2016. TIC Mattress Recycling’s new Mac facility is currently being commissioned in Sydney and will be completed in 2017.

TIC has secured rights to the innovative technology developed and operating in the Netherlands and has adapted the system to suit Australian conditions.

The new facility means the massive waste and pollution currently associated with old mattresses can now be greatly reduced. Fewer mattresses will end up in landfill and more will be recycled.

 

Check out the video below of TIC’s Melbourne facility.

 

Mattress Collection Data

Total collections are based on Landsavers collections only.

 
Lake Macquarie 33,913 collected
 
Marrickville 26,521 collected
 
Sutherland 25,390 collected
 
Public Collections Sydney 19,666 collected
 
City of Sydney 17,420 collected
 
Maitland 12,260 collected
 
Public collections Central coast and Hunter 11,504 collected
 
Rockdale 11,406 collected
 
Botany 10,872 collected
 
Ashfield 10,670 collected
 
Hawkesbury 7,837 collected
 
Randwick 7,113 collected
 
Waverley 6,298 collected
 
Port Stephens 6,205 collected
 
Cessnock 5,125 collected
 
Leichhardt 5,021 collected
 
Wyong 4,554 collected
 
Strathfield 3,455 collected
 
Kogarah 2,166 collected
 
Newcastle 1,297 collected
 
Dungog Council 108 collected

Recycled Materials Data

 
Steel 2,025 Tonnes
 
Foam 508 Tonnes
 
Wood 366 Tonnes
 
Latex 54 Tonnes