Manufactured Housing

Drywall Recycling for Manufactured HousingRecycling for Manufactured Housing

USA Gypsum serves over 20 manufactured housing facilities’ wallboard recycling programs throughout the Mid-Atlantic, North East & New England states regions

Cost-Effective

  • Save money compared to land filling

Convenient, Economical Transportation Options

  • Jumbo 45-yard containers to maximize capacity & minimize transportation
  • Open top, 100-yard, “walking floor” trailer that can be loaded with forklifts without using a loading dock. Simply set the pallets on the floor and the trailer moves them forward. The large capacity reduces transportation cost.
  • Flatbeds for palletized scraps

Gypsum for Manufactured Housing

Reliable

  • Fully permitted, licensed and insured
  • USA Gypsum receives drywall scraps year round at 2 recycling facilities in Pennsylvania
  • References available

ProvenDrywall Recycling for Manufactured Housing

  • Our 17 years of experience show that we will be there as your recycling outlet and drywall will be recycled in an environmentally friendly manner, in compliance with regulations

Let us develop a cost effective drywall recycling plan for your facility! Contact us to get started!

How It Began

Our first customers for drywall recycling were modular housing manufacturers who, in 1997, helped research the use of recovered drywall gypsum as a substitute for mined gypsum. They supplied materials to develop the first pilot hand fed custom built drywall recycle process system. After two years of refining and proving the process a larger scale machine fed system was built.

Today, nearly 20 years later, we still serve these two plants. As word of the cost savings from recycling gypsum wallboard spread throughout the industry, other plants were added. Interest grew geographically and more economical transportation methods were developed. Today we are saving money for manufactured housing plants throughout the North Eastern USA.

Manufacturing Plant Efficiency

Working closely with housing manufacturers, a series of methods were developed to efficiently collect the drywall scraps in the manufacturing plant. For example, building three sided jigs at the cut off points where scrap was layered in opposite directions kept scraps straight, square and stable enough to cross gravel lots with fork lifts without shrink wrapping. The stacked pallets were moved outside until a tractor trailer flatbed load was accumulated. This method provided to be efficient for storage and transportation.

Let us develop a cost effective drywall recycling plan for your facility!

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