Efficient Drywall Disposal Solutions
Building supply companies that distribute drywall, also called gypsum wallboard, often have scrap wallboard materials they need to dispose of. This can include scraps from accumulated spacers, commonly called dunnage or risers, that are used to space the bundles of wallboard panels and incidental damage to drywall sheets at the warehouse to requests to remove damaged panels or rejects from customer job sites. Instead of land filling, USA Gypsum can provide a cost-effective wallboard recycling solution to any specific situation.
- Recycling of wallboard dunnage and damaged sheets
Convenient Transportation Offered
- USA Gypsum offers efficient transportation options for drywall scraps throughout the Mid Atlantic, North East and New England using flat beds, walking floor trailers and roll off containers
- Fully permitted, licensed and insured
- USA Gypsum receives drywall scraps year round at 2 recycling facilities in Pennsylvania
- USA Gypsum provides service to over 24 distributors in 9 states
- 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
Start recycling your drywall scraps with cost-effective solutions tailored to your needs.
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4 Easy Ways to Recycle Wallboard
Wallboard for recycling can be stacked outside and does not need to stay dry.
- Stack dunnage and damaged sheets on pallets until a tractor trailer load is accumulated then send it to USA Gypsum or call for a pick up.
- Stack dunnage and damaged sheets on pallets and wait for a light day—then send it to USA Gypsum on your boom trucks.
- USA Gypsum can deliver a roll off container to your facility and swap it when filled.
- Distributors can further serve their customers by offering to accept scraps from construction sites and transferring them to USA Gypsum using one of the transportation methods above.
By partnering with USA Gypsum, you demonstrate a commitment to recycling and enter into a working relationship with a company that is recognized as a leader in wallboard recycling with unmatched accountability and transparency.