Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans Project

It’s no secret that removing and disposing of furniture and mattresses can get expensive, especially when you have a large number of them. This is where our team at LRP Recycling comes in!


With limited capacity at landfills, the cost of recycling mattresses and furniture has increased over the years, and sometimes, some landfills won’t even accept these items. To avoid the headache and frustration of figuring out what to do with old furniture and mattresses, our team at LRP Recycling is here to help. Partnering with schools, hotels, military bases, and municipalities nationwide, we work to ensure mattresses and furniture don’t end up in landfills.





Our team will handle all of the logistics necessary to complete the project and at the end, you’ll also receive a certificate of recycling that you can proudly showcase.


One of our recent projects was with Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in New Orleans. In the end, we were able to recycle 300 twin mattresses. Through this project, we were able to recycle 16,500 pounds of material.

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