Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Scrapped plasterboard no longer considered waste in Scotland

[photo. edie]

Scotland UK
Rules that determine the legal definition of surplus building materials in Scotland have been tweaked so that plasterboard that ticks the right environmental boxes need no longer be considered waste.

SEPA, Scotland's environmental watchdog, now says that plasterboard that meets a certain standard, as laid out by the BSI PAS109:2008, it won't count as waste, cutting down on costs and paperwork when it comes to reprocessing it.


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