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You can take plasterboard away to one of our environmental centres. There is a special container there for plaster. Then we make sure it is recycled.

For gypsum recycling, it is important to keep the gypsum handed in as pure and clean as possible, i.e. not contaminated with substances that interfere with the recycling process.

Gypsum you may offer for recycling:

  • All plaster blocks: heavy, solid blocks in white, green, blue or pink
  • Fermacell sheets
  • Plasterboard (offered loose)

This should not contain gypsum waste:

  • Wood fibreboards
  • Pressed straw slabs
  • Cementitious slabs
  • Insulation material
  • Wood
  • Aerated concrete/cellular concrete/Ytong (light, porous blocks, the inside is light grey)
  • Metal
  • Asbestos
  • All types of plastic
  • Plasterboard and gypsum blocks with tiles

You cannot put these types of plaster waste in the special container for plaster.