GYPSUM PLASTERBOARDS

Recycling gypsum from waste

Efficiently recycling gypsum plasterboard

EU regulations, coal phase-out and construction boom – when it comes to gypsum, there are many reasons these days for making the recycling of this popular building material attractive. BHS-Sonthofen developed a highly efficient process that entails two crushing stages. This makes it even possible to recycle any impurities adhering to the gypsum.

Benefits at a glance:

  • Energy-efficient method
  • Minimum emissions
  • High chemical purity
  • Also possible to recycle metallic impurities

Turning construction waste into a chemically pure resource

The integrated system for maximum efficiency

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The integrated system for maximum efficiency

BHS offers a complete system whose individual components are optimally aligned towards achieving maximum recovery rates when processing the input material. This also means that any extraneous materials, particularly metal parts such as screws, nails and grid sections, can be recycled. The recycled gypsum is chemically identical to natural gypsum, which is why it is being used more and more in a growing number of applications.

Machine portfolio

RAPAX

Powerful, robust pre-shredder for intelligent, flexible pre-shredding of a wide variety of valuable and waste materials.

Impact crusher & impact mill (PB & PM)

Low operating costs coupled with superior crushing performance

Tests give certainty

Which technical solution is the right one for your recycling process? Don’t leave anything to chance. Our team of specialists will test your material at our test center and develop a solution tailored to your specific needs.

Technical articles in the media

Recycling gypsum wallboard: Turning construction waste into a chemically-pure resource

November 2020
EU regulations, the reduction in FGD gypsum from lower coal use and increasing construction are among the many reasons that wallboard recycling is becoming more attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. To this end, BHS-Sonthofen has developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This even makes it possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
Global Gypsum Magazine, 11/2020

Recycling gypsum plasterboard: Turning construction waste into a chemically pure resource

October 2020
EU regulations, coal phase-out and the construction boom are among the many reasons these days for making the recycling of gypsum highly attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. BHS-Sonthofen developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This even makes it possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
ZKG INTERNATIONAL, 10/2020

Recycling gypsum plasterboard - Turning construction waste into a chemically pure resource

September 2020
EU regulations, coal phase-out and construction boom are among the many reasons these days for making the recycling of gypsum highly attractive. However, the process needs to be cost-efficient. BHS-Sonthofen developed a process that entails two crushing stages. This makes it even possible to recycle any adhering impurities.
AT MINERAL PROCESSING, 09/2020

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Vakbeurs Recycling (Gorinchem) 2021

11-16-2021 - 11-18-2021
Booth A112 at Scratch Recycling

IERC 2022

1-19-2022 - 1-21-2022

IFAT 2022

5-30-2022 - 6-3-2022

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