gypsum recycling We recycle gypsum/plasterboard construction waste into recycled gypsum powder used as new raw materials in the plasterboard industry. With a patented technology, we are the first company to have implemented a complete, commercially viable and voluntary system for recycling all kinds of gypsum and plasterboard waste.
Jul 26, 2007· Drywall is the principal wall material used in the United States for interior purposes. It is made of a sheet of gypsum covered on both sides with a paper facing and a paperboard backing. Drywall can be recycled into new products, thereby: Creating business opportunities. Saving money for builders ...
Gypsum/Paper. Our state of the art wallboard recycling plant features, specifically engineered, equipment that peals the paper coating from wallboard to produce recovered gypsum powder and unpainted or treated paper, primarily for use in agricultural markets.
Gypsum Agri-Cycle, Inc. can help your business reduce drywall waste disposal costs. What used to be an almost insignificant cost has become significant in our region. Drywall waste makes up approximately 25% of weight volume in landfills and the construction industry makes up approximately 64% of the gypsum waste in North A