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Sustainability

We believe that sleeping well should not come at a cost to the environment. That's why we offer a range of mattresses made with natural materials. Our products are made from environmentally friendly materials such as organic hemp, natural latex, and wool. All 3 ingredients are naturally antimicrobial, breathable, and dust-resistant. We're proud to offer our customers a range of sustainable choices and help them make a difference one mattress at a time.

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To ensure that a mattress is truly sustainable, it must possess most, if not all, of the following characteristics:

 

First and foremost, it must be free of any harmful chemicals used in the growing process. The use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides is extremely harmful to the environment. Therefore, the best sustainable mattresses are made with organic materials that are grown without these toxic chemicals. One of the most sustainable mattresses is an organic latex mattress, as it is made from latex sourced from rubber trees that are grown without the use of pesticides.

 

Secondly, a sustainable mattress must not contain chemical flame retardants. All mattresses are required by law to withstand 30 minutes of exposure to an open flame. Unfortunately, many mattress companies use chemical flame retardants that are often toxic to meet this standard. However, a truly sustainable mattress will use natural flame retardants, such as thistle or wool. We use wool which is a natural and effective alternative to chemical flame retardants.

  • A sustainable mattress can significantly reduce its carbon footprint by incorporating recycled materials, such as steel support coils.

  • A sustainable mattress should be produced locally to reduce emissions and carbon footprint by cutting the distance it has to travel between factory and customer.

  • The best sustainable mattresses are those that are durable and long-lasting. The longer you can use your mattress, the better for the environment it is. Most mattresses have a lifespan of seven to ten years. However, a high-quality natural latex mattress can last up to 25 years without losing its quality. This makes it a much more sustainable option.
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