Rashmi Jameela. futon. July 30th , 2017.
California has already put the mattress recycling industry on notice that differentiation can indeed be achieved by companies providing different levels of convenience to customers. Customers pick the company they want to use based upon what the customer is willing to pay to dispose of a mattress and while they are paying they ask themselves if it is worth a half a day of their time to load up a mattress and haul it to a designated drop off location.
The Green movement itself has already spelled out how Stage 4 or market decline of the mattress recycling industry will most likely occur. The decline of the mattress recycling industry will come about as the supply of discarded mattresses decreases. The decrease in supply will be via mattress manufacturers actively creating environmentally friendly products that they themselves can someday recycle in-house. So current mattress recyclers know this and if one-hundred percent of every mattress product sold today could possibly be recycled in the future by the mattress manufacturers - the supply of non-environmentally friendly mattresses in homes now - would give this industry a fairly healthy twenty year run. People wear mattresses out somewhere between ten and twenty years and who knows how long they truly rathole their mattresses before they actually dispose of them?
Foam technology was actually developed by NASA back in the 70's and after they discarded the concept the medical industry took an interest in it. The thought was the foam cushioning would help prevent pressure sores amongst hospital patients. Eventually as the foam technology improved and overcame obstacles with durability and cracking it led to the production of household mattresses with foam tops similar to that found on a king pillow top mattress in the 90's. Today you can buy a whole king foam mattress that utilizes the latest technology in foam.
Kids have sensitive skin and therefore you need something that not only protects the mattress but also protects the softness of your kids skin. There are many mattress protectors that are made from soft materials that do not harm the sensitive and delicate skin of your kids and allow them to feel the same kind of feel like they do with their regular mattress. This makes them feel that they are sleeping on their regular mattress rather than on a plastic layer.
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