Drywall Removal & Recycling
Drywall Removal and Recycling – With millions of tons of drywall produced every year, it’s unfortunate that only a small fraction of it ends up being recycled. Drywall is a common material used in construction that is made using gypsum among other materials. It is used to create walls in homes and businesses and is mostly preferred by contractors due to its affordability and ease of installation.
Expert Drywall Removal
It’s always important to speak to your remodeling contractor if you have a drywall project. A contractor can help you to plan the recycling and removal process of the drywall. He/she may advice on where to take the drywall for recycling. In most cases, recycling is only done for the new drywall projects which include unfinished cuts of drywall that don’t have any tape, mud, paint or any other products that are used when installing it.
A professional construction waste disposal and junk removal company will be able to advise you on what to do with used drywall. Sometimes the used drywall will be taken to the landfill because of the tape, paint, mud and other coatings that were used during construction. Some of them don’t come out completely and could compromise the state of the drywall if recycled. Different kinds of construction waste dump are disposed of differently depending on the impact they have on the environment.