Drywall/Plaster – NS:1615

Should contain

  • Drywall/Plaster

Should not contain

  • Fractions other than drywall
  • Wet drywall waste


Unsorted drywall/plaster waste, in whole boards or in pieces, mainly from construction and demolition projects.


Drywall/plaster is amassed in closed containers, or bags made for this purpose. Drywall/plaster is transported to a waste reception facility for temporary storage before transport to waste treatment facilities.


Drywall/plaster is ground up and impurities (cardboard, burlap, etc.) are removed.


The drywall/plaster is then used in the production of new drywall.


A sorting fee may be charged if the item is not sorted into a homogeneous fraction. If sorting is not possible, the entire delivery can be reclassified.

Referral regulations

Waste Regulation

Special risk factors

Drywall/plaster is not dangerous but avoid inhalation of dust and direct skin contact.

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