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Have you met our REEF inflatable water mat? Kinda awesome, right? They’re stable, rigid, durable, and pretty much the perfect platform for all your aquatic shenanigans. But we realized that our REEF mats also create a problem – figuring out how to get rid of that floppy foam burrito you’ve been lugging around until now. Well, problem solved:
As much as you’d like to give your foam pad a Viking funeral, please don’t. Our fishy friends deserve better. Tossing your foam pad in the dumpster isn’t an option either because it will still be there in 500 years – it might even outlive the human species. Luckily, foam pads can be recycled and properly disposed of.
Find a recycling center near you so your foam pad can find a new purpose as everyday items: www.foamfacts.com/recycling
Contact your local trash collection/recycling provider to see if they’ll come to take it off your hands.
If foam recycling isn’t available in your area, or you just want to get your money’s worth out of your foam pad, there are a few DIY options for making that bad boy useful.
Voted one of the best floating water mats available on the market: MISSION REEF Mat
With a little creativity, some elbow grease, or good old-fashioned willpower, you can turn that funky foam burden into a functioning member of society in no time. Whichever route you choose, we thank you for choosing an environmentally friendly option for disposing of your foam pad.
See you on the water!
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