Responsible waste management is a priority for Gyproc in Ireland. From initial design to on-site testing, through to manufacturing and installation – Gyproc has always believed that effective waste management makes good environmental and business sense. Because of this, the Company has developed a cost-effective process to take back and recycle plasterboard off-cuts back into our Irish based manufacturing process.
Gyproc Plasterboard Recycling Service (PRS)
Gyproc is the only plasterboard manufacturer in Ireland with a dedicated plasterboard recycling facility and our recycling service is based on the principles of simplicity and reliability. Its process is to take back and recycle Gyproc plasterboard off-cuts into its plasterboard manufacturing process. This new service will offer customers a legal and cost-effective means of disposing of their plasterboard waste; currently the dumping of such waste at landfill sites is illegal.
The Company can provide a number of different skip sizes for collecting the plasterboard off-cuts and they are collected directly from the building site at a convenient time. The process is flexible and reliable, and can be scaled up or down to suit any construction project. Building owners and designers will earn valuable points under the LEED and BREEAM international accreditation schemes by using this service and Gyproc plasterboard with recycled content.
Gyproc’s recycling service has been designed to handle all Gyproc manufactured plasterboard off-cuts.
Its dedicated Plasterboard Recycling Service (PRS) Customer Service Team is available to help you set up new accounts, order additional services and answer questions about our Plasterboard Off-Cut Recycling Service.
Tom Parlon, Director General at CIF launched the Gyproc Plasterboard Off Cut Recycling Service at Three Park Place, Hatch Street, Dublin 1, with Gyproc Managing Director, Brian Dolan.