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New Swedish Plasterboard Waste Laws

June 7th, 2012|

The Swedish Environmental Agency, Naturvårdsverket, in April 2012 issued new and stricter rules regarding handling, sorting and landfiling of gypsum plasterboard waste, following intervention from the EU Commission. From this date plasterboard waste in Sweden in line with EU Council decision 33/2002 must be segregated from mixed waste containing organic materials, and plasterboard waste can

Housing Industry Worst in a Decade

May 17th, 2012|

The stark assessment of Australia's housing industry being the worst in a decade by CSR, was backed up today by the collapse of another building company, St Hilliers Construction, putting jobs and many public housing and construction works at risk. Administrators were called in after St Hilliers Construction was unable to secure $150 million in

Waste News April

April 18th, 2012|

NSW Waste Levy Waste contractors in NSW have called for a freeze on waste levy increases with the addition of possibly $7 - $24/t from the new carbon tax. With the carbon tax and the schedule levy increases of $10/t every July until 2012 will mean waste costs will soar.   Thiess Waste  It is

GBCA Membership

November 8th, 2011|

REGYP becomes a member of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA). REGYP helps construction projects achieve higher GBCA Green Star ratings through recycling the waste plasterboard from projects. Green Star is a comprehensive, national, voluntary environmental rating system that evaluates the environmental design and construction of buildings. With more than 4 million square metres

Cheapest Strip-outs

September 26th, 2010|

ReGyp offers services to make your interior strip out cheaper and more sustainable: • New commercial construction and building waste, • New residential construction and building waste, • Interior fit outs, • Shop/retail fit outs, • Commercial strip outs • Retail strip outs • Commercial demolition, • Residential demolition, • Residential renovations. REGYP, together with

GECA Labeling

May 19th, 2010|

REGYP helps plasterboard manufacturers achieve the GECA labeling through use of the recycled gypsum in their manufacturing process. Plasterboard and gyprock manufacturers can substitute virgin mined gypsum for 5% w/w recycled gypsum to achieve the gypsum input requirements for the GECA product label. Gypsum plasterboard is used to line interior walls for the purpose of