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Bleu.eco is also...
Bleu.eco is above all...
The best mattress starts with the best materials. We prefer environmentally friendly, local, ethically sourced materials that create a healthy sleeping environment.
Tree planting with the NPO Arbre.eco and the CCCPEM of
Bleu.eco reforests the region
Maskoutains will be happy to know that for each mattress it delivers, the company plants three trees in Quebec, but more often than not in the Saint-Hyacinthe region. This desire to get involved and to ensure a dynamic presence in the community is also reflected in Bleu.eco's business and development plan. "Unlike most manufacturers, we are not aiming to expand our market to new geographical areas or internationally, but rather to do better locally and regionally," explains Mr. Lapointe. Read more
Designed to last
We are committed to protecting the environment. That's why we do everything in our power to reduce our ecological footprint. By buying a mattress or a pillow from Bleu.eco, you contribute to the protection of the environment.
Bleu.eco store and factory, St-Hyacinthe
A beautiful story
In addition to selling mattresses and pillows online, we have a boutique located in St-Hyacinthe. This is where we have the opportunity to meet our customers, answer their questions and build relationships with them.
The production plant is also located in Saint-Hyacinthe in Montérégie. We have at heart to work close to our customers, that's why everything is 100% made in Quebec.
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A family business committed to the regional economy
The path taken by Bleu.eco since its creation in 2006 can be measured in a saving of several thousand kilometres. By switching from importing Brazilian pillows to producing and sourcing mattresses and bedding products locally, the Saint-Hyacinthe-based company has completely changed its value system.
Bleu.eco's ecological and local commitment is built into its name. However, the 45-employee SME has not always had these concerns. Three years after opening, the young company, which had been selling mainly imported pillows from Brazil to retailers, decided to manufacture some of its products. "We looked for a local supply of our raw materials. One thing led to another and the market opened up," says president Richard Lapointe. Two years later, the team began manufacturing mattresses, which today make up 70% of its sales, ahead of box springs (20%), articulated beds (10%) and pillows.... read more
Family photo taken at the opening of the St-Hyacinthe factory-store
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