Plasterboard sector prepares for growth in waste feedstocks

A million-tonne increase in the amount of gypsum produced by power stations is expected over the next three years, in line with the programme to invest in flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) - and plasterboard manufacturers expect to be able to utilise the whole lot. It remains to be seen whether this new feedstock will jeopardise separate plans to boost plasterboard recycling.

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