Plaster, plasterboard and other wall boards are usually part of both the construction materials and the demolition process stream. They are commonly a contaminant of the 'hard material' from demolition (concrete and brick) and are normally not recyclable. Gypsum wallboard is recycled by manufacturers, and a relatively high degree of contamination is tolerated. However, collection and return to the works restricts the level of recycling achieved. These materials tend to cause difficulties in the landfill management of otherwise inert materials.
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