Drywall Disposal & Recycling Services

Disposing of gypsum, commonly referred to as drywall or sheetrock, can be tricky depending on how old it is. Before you even attempt to dispose of or recycle it, you need to identify its age and whether it has ever been used.

Generally speaking, any drywall installed before 1990 may need to be tested for asbestos. Asbestos can cause lung cancer through even the slightest exposure, so it is imperative to take all safety precautions.

In fact, the entire testing process is heavily regulated by strict rules and regulations to protect homeowners, contractors, waste facility employees, and the environment.

Here at Fleetwood Waste, we work with a company called New West Gypsum Recycling to recycle all gypsum. While we accept all drywall, we require an asbestos test and drywall declaration form for all drywall installed before 1990.

Dumpster Bin Rentals for Drywall Disposal

With an inventory of dumpsters ranging from 8 cubic yards to 40 cubic yards, we have dumpster bin rentals of all sizes for you to recycle your drywall quickly, affordably, and responsibly. We comply with all the rules and regulations for hauling drywall and deliver all drywall to approved gypsum recycling facilities.

We serve businesses throughout Downtown Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, New Westminster, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Delta, White Rock, and nearby areas, providing:

  • Same day service and on-time delivery
  • Competitive pricing with no hidden fees
  • Knowledgeable and reliable service
  • Waste delivery to the nearest transfer facility

If you need a dumpster bin rental for drywall, give us a call. You are sure to get the best service in the area.

Drywall Recycling in BC

Drywall is nearly 100% recyclable. It can be ground up, turned into a paste, and repressed into new sheets over and over without degradation. Knowing this and how damaging it can be to the environment if it is not handled correctly, we take every precaution to be as safe and environmentally friendly as possible, following all rules and regulations and working with key facilities in British Columbia to maximize our recycling efforts.

Having been in service since 1971, we know how to recycle drywall and are here for all your drywall disposal needs.

If you have drywall or sheetrock, you need to get rid of, give us a call or request a quote online and speak with a specialist today.