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Open For Business – Covid19

March 23rd, 2020|

All of REGYP's sites are currently open for business and our trucks are operational. We have internal measures to ensure we are upholding the best hygiene and worker distancing our onsites. However we would like you as customers to up hold the same standards and minimise interaction with our staff when you are onsite, where

Plasterboard Recycling Sites NSW

July 7th, 2019|

REGYP has partnered with a few companies to offer other plasterboard waste consolidation point in Sydney ontop of Kurnell and Cowra. The following locations are avalible for disposal of plasterboard waste and gyprock waste ONLY in Sydney and surrounds. Kurnell Banksmeadow Eastern Creek Chipping Norton Newcastle Central Coast Wollongong Canberra Cowra REGYP is Australia's biggest

ACCC forces Knauf Divestment

April 11th, 2019|

ACCC forces Knauf Divestment for USGBoral Acquisition. The ACCC has approved Knauf’s acquisition of USG subject to asset divestments. The ACCC’s review focused on competition for the supply of plastboard, joint plaster compounds and treatments, metal profiles, insulation etc. USG has a presence in Australia through its USG-Boral joint venture, which the ACCC says competes

USG accepts Knauf Offer

June 14th, 2018|

A $US7 billion deal involving a large Germany private company Knauf and the US listed USG is set to spill over into Australia. USG Corp has finally accepted a $US7 billion bid from German building materials company Gebr Knauf after months of talks between the pair. USG is Boral's joint venture partner in its Asia

BBP Strip Out Waste Guidelines

December 21st, 2015|

Better Building Partnerships Strip Out Waste Guidelines in Consultation Waste Guidelines Link The Better Buildings Partnership has developed the BBP Strip Out Waste Guidelines to assist tenants, building owners and demolition contractors in the procurement and execution of best practice strip out operations. These guidelines include a number of practical tools that can be utilised

Plant Upgrade

December 4th, 2015|

REGYP is continually upgrading its plants to increase capacity, quality and service. The Sydney plant has been upgraded in the last few weeks to increase production capacity by upto 50%. Not only will this enable us to keep up with demand, but it will also enable the site to go back to offering specialty products and blends

REGYP Brisbane

July 12th, 2015|

REGYP Brisbane is busy recycling not only plasterboard waste but also processing other products including gypsum, phosphate rock, lime, dolomite, silica and asphalt at the Brisbane site.