Here's how to turn plastic into a comfortable bed
Oregonians love to recycle. Paper, plastic, it doesn't matter; people here have been in love with recycling for decades now. Whether it was 1971, when Governor Tom McCall spearheaded a law that required retailers to collect refundable bottle deposits on beer and soft drink containers, or 1981, when plans for a garbage burning facility in the Portland area were defeated, Oregonians have proven time and again how much they care about the environment.
But now, a new dilemma is facing Oregon: China is cracking down on US waste imports, meaning that, for the first time, Oregon recyclables may end up in landfills. Which means that instead of focusing on recycling, Oregonians may have to concentrate more on one of the other three R's: Reusing.
So how do you give plastic a second life? At Cotton Cloud Natural Beds, our exclusive Wellspring fiber is one way. This revolutionary material is generated from recycled polyethylene, familiar to you as two liter beverage containers.
Clean, odor free, and finely textured, our Wellspring Fiber has both the fluffy look and soft feel of cotton; coupled with its high resilience, it's a perfect material for our Wellspring and Woolspring mattresses. Our exclusive Wellspring fibers are also non-allergenic and extremely comfortable. And best of all, your brain can sleep easy too, knowing that our Wellspring fiber helps prevent millions of bottles from ending up in landfills.
Who would have thought that sleeping on a bunch of plastic would be comfortable? Well, at Cotton Cloud Natural Beds, we've made it a reality. Stop by our showroom today to see for yourself!
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