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[GreenYes] Re: recycling wallboard into ag use

My company currently ships about 900 tons of drywall every month to be
processed for agricultural purposes. It took a lot of looking to find
a reputable recycler that had all of the necessary permits, but we
have been very happy with the diversion we get through this program.
The gypsum in this case is sold to farmers by the truckload, not by
the bag, but they seem very happy with the product.

On May 9, 6:28 am, "Reindl, John" <Rei...@no.address> wrote:
> Does anyone know of operations that are recycling scrap drywall into use for agricultural purposes? Alex -- who is in Australia -- is looking for examples from the US. We have two in my area, but he would like examples of others.
> Thanks,
> John
> ...............................
> Thanks for your reply John, do you know of anyone in the US who is recycling wall board primarily for the agricultural market?. I know their has been test plots conducted thru University research however wondering if anyone is doing it on a large scale in the US.
> kind regards
> Alex
> a...@no.address

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