REGYP is Australia’s largest plasterboard recycler, providing cost effective and sustainable plasterboard & gyprock waste collection and recycling services to construction and demolition (C&D) companies. We offer waste plasterboard collection services in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Cowra.  These sustainable solutions can reduce your waste costs, increase sustainability and reduce the amount of landfill waste. REGYP currently services construction, building, demolition and waste contractors by collecting and recycling the plasterboard waste generated from:

      • New commercial/residential construction and building waste,
      • Fit outs/Strip outs (commercial and retail)
      • Commercial/residential demolition,
      • Residential renovations.

REGYP can supply various collection options to match your projects requirements and space constraints, these include skip bins, 1 tonne waste bags, small trucks with hand loading, grab trucks and large tip trucks.


REGYP provides cost effective and sustainable plasterboard & gyprock waste disposal and recycling services to construction and demolition (C&D) companies. REGYP offers waste disposal points in major cities for plasterboard waste from building and construction sites.

We offer solutions that reduce your waste costs, increase sustainability, reduce the amount of landfill waste and reduce demand on natural resources. REGYP has plasterboard waste disposal points in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Cowra. REGYP currently services construction, building, demolition and waste contractors by recycling the plasterboard waste generated from:

      • New commercial construction and building waste,
      • New residential construction and building waste,
      • Interior fit outs,
      • Shop/retail fit outs,
      • Strip outs (commercial and retail)
      • Commercial demolition,
      • Residential demolition,
      • Residential renovations.

REGYP can accept “clean” plasterboard waste in ute loads, right up to 26m b-double tippers & walking floors. Our sites are not constrained by volume, as in “the more waste received the better”. All loads are inspected and weighed to ensure conformance and correct reporting. Major Projects Recently Serviced by REGYP:

      • Governor Macquarie Tower Sydney
      • 1 O’Connell St Sydney
      • Fiona Stanley Hospital Perth
      • 1 Bligh St Sydney
      • Joondalup Hospital Perth


Why Tip it, Recycle It! REGYP accepts and recycles all gypsum board products in all forms, including waste generated from manufacturers, new construction, demolition, fit-out, strip-out and renovation sites. The ReGyp solution is 100% efficient, with all plasterboard & gyprock waste recycled into usable products.


      • Waste from rebuilds and demolitions
      • New construction waste
      • Dunnage and underlayers
      • Production waste


      • Plastics and foils
      • Insulation materials (eg Rockwool)
      • Steel rails and bars
      • Concrete & brick
      • Wood (inc studs, pallets, offcuts and chip board/MDF);
      • Asbestos & other impurities
      • Horsehair plaster
      • Fibrous ceiling tiles
      • Laminated ceiling tiles and plasterboard
      • Fibre cement products
      • Tyres, chemicals and general building waste


      • All waste loads are inspected
      • Up to 1% contamination allowed (screening equip limit)
      • PENALTIES imposed for contaminated loads
      • A “Customer Code” is required to tip


We recycle gyprock waste, plasterboard waste and cornice waste from CSR, Boral, Lafarge and BGC, including:

      • Plasterboard and cornice off-cuts
      • Complete boards or broken parts
      • Ceiling tiles – non-laminated plasterboard tiles
      • Gypsum blocks, gypsum prefab wall panels eg RFC rapid wall
      • Chemical precipitate gypsum (eg FGD)
      • Suitable industrial gypsum waste


      • Recycling gyprock waste will help the construction and demolition (C&D) companies to reduce their waste costs while being sustainable and environmentally friendly;
      • Recycling plasterboard waste will improve the environmental image of the plasterboard, cement, waste and agricultural industries;
      • As a waste operator or landfill owner REGYP can help avoid the rapidly increasing landfill levies, and  increase your resource recovery rates;
      • As a builder REGYP can help you reduce your waste costs and also increase your sustainable image;
      • REGYP provides Green recycling certificates and waste traceability for all customers and projects, helping you with you waste management plan (WMP). A WMP is a requirement for develop approval (DA) and to achieve GBCA Green Rating (esp 6 Star Green Star).
      • REGYP can get recovery rates of 100% from recycling Gyprock and plasterboard;
      • Presently more than 20,000 tonnes of plasterboard waste is landfilled annually in the Sydney metropolitan area alone, and the landfill sites are filling up;
      • Plasterboard recycling is the only solution that will preserve natural resources and help prevent shortages of raw materials;
      • Plasterboard recycling will help the gypsum industry obtain sustainable raw materials of high quality at the lowest cost;
      • Some waste industry companies say they recycle plasterboard but they are not producing a recycled gypsum product that can be substituted for natural gypsum offsetting the need for mining;


REGYP uses proprietary equipment to recycle plasterboard waste into usage products. Some of these products offset the need to use mined minerals for industrial, civil and agricultural applications.


The following figure explains how recycled gypsum is made and how it is almost identical to the high quality gypsum that was originally used in the plasterboard manufacturing process.


Recycled Gypsum Value Proposition: Showing benefits of recycled gypsum over other agricultural sources.