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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

Brisbane Plasterboard Disposal

June 30th, 2019|

REGYP has partnered with BMI to offer the following locations for disposal of plasterboard waste and gyprock waste in Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Acacia Ridge Nudgee Redbank/Ripley Stapylton Burleigh Arundel Beaudesert/Boonah REGYP is Australia's biggest plasterboard recycled has been operating since 2007 and operates in both NSW and QLD. Our disposal option can provide

Gold Coast Plasterboard Disposal

June 29th, 2019|

REGYP is offering the following location for disposal of plasterboard waste and gyprock waste in the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Burleigh Arundel Staplyton Acacia Ridge Nudgee Redbank/Ripley Beaudesert/Boonah REGYP is Australia's biggest plasterboard recycled has been operating since 2007 and operates in both NSW and QLD. Our disposal option can offer large cost savings and

Brisbane REHAB Gypsum Special

January 21st, 2019|

REGYP Brisbane’s is offering a special for REHAB Gypsum. Bulk REHAB gypsum  - coarse grade recycled - purity 75% - please ask for special pricing and specifications. Discounts of up to 50% are available for large orders. REHAB Gypsum is suitable for belt spreader applications where cultivating, deep ripping or blending with top soil or compost

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

The problem with burried Plasterboard for Landfill Gas

May 15th, 2014|

Landfill gas contains many different gases. Methane and carbon dioxide make up 90 to 98% of landfill gas. The remaining 2 to 10% includes nitrogen, oxygen, ammonia, sulfides, hydrogen and various other gases. Landfill gases are produced when bacteria break down organic waste. The amount of these gases depends on the type of waste present

Boral Plasterboard Sells out to USG

October 20th, 2013|

BORAL'S $US1.6 billion plasterboard joint venture with US-based giant USG was embraced by investors in October, as chief executive Mike Kane flagged more changes to the business and described the deal as one that would offer the company a "leg-up" on its global rivals. The two will hold an equal share in the venture, called

REGYP NEWS ROOM – Goes Live

June 4th, 2010|

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