Innoveq International Limited proudly announces:

 The worlds first mobile fully automatic Mattress Recycling Plant (MRP)

Are you a mattress recycler, landfill operator or council group looking for a solution to mattress recycling? Come and talk to innoveq. We provide a mobile, self contained solution that is fully automatic with the minimum of manual handling required. Just load the mattress in and the patented process will reduce a mattress to its basic elements within 60 seconds (average). That's nearly 500 mattresses in just one 8 hour shift.

Any mattress, anywhere, any condition - as long as it can physically fit into the infeed conveyor, it can be processed.

The Innoveq technology compared to:

Manual deconstruction methods - this is inefficient, non sustainable and can be unhealthy and unsafe for workers. Mattress can be infested with 
bed bugs and harbor rodents and diseases and along with wet or soiled mattress, end up in landfill. Manual processes require constant manual handling of mattresses and the use of sharp blades - risky work practices which can often cause severe injuries. Pocket springs matresses which contain sometimes up to 1,000 individual fabric wrapped springs per mattress cannot be effectively dismantled by hand. 
Dumped mattress containing bed bugs.
Protective clothing required to manually deconstruct a mattress.

Mechanised solutions - such as shredders and "hybrid" static processes require expensive equipment (to buy and operate) with high maintenance costs. Static sites require large factories as additional space is required for uncover storage as mattresses need to be kept in a dry condition. These 
processes all require additional magnetic processing to separate the cotton and foam components from the steel spring wire, often resulting in unsatisfactory outcomes.
Shredders require frequent costly maintenance i.e. hard-facing.
Competitors factory floor space shown approx. 3,250m2.

Supported by the Environmental Trust as part of the NSW EPA’s Waste Less, Recycle More initiative, funded from the waste levy.’