For over 14 years USA Gypsum has been improving methods of collecting and recycling gypsum wallboard. Whether you call it Gypsum Board, Wallboard, Sheetrock, or most often called Drywall, USA Gypsum recycles it. During 2011 we served over 150 different customers' drywall recycling needs for over 30,000 total tons from 9 states.
Wherever drywall scrap is generated in the Mid-Atlantic, North East or New England States, USA Gypsum has developed a variety of services and network of collection points that can cost effectively recycle your drywall scraps.
IT All Starts Here! Drywall is typically installed in a short amount of time during construction and the drywall waste is generated from cut outs and trimmings. The average waste factor is 20% of wallboard shipped to the job site.
1. Do you accept wet drywall?
Yes, USA Gypsum doesn't have a problem processing wet drywall.
2. What about contaminated drywall loads?
USA Gypsum will sort them but there might be an extra charge for excessive levels of contamination.
3. Can demolition drywall be recycled?
No, USA Gypsum processes new unpainted scraps.
4. Do you have paperwork for LEED green building documentation?
Yes, we supply the documents needed for LEED Compliance and can run a variety of custom reports if needed.