Saint-Gobain Gyproc

In Kalundborg, Gyproc produces plaster boards from natural and recycled gypsum. Gyproc has been part of the Symbiosis since the early 1970’s. Earlier, industrial gypsum from Asnæs Power Plant substituted part of the natural gypsum, but since the conversion of the power plant, this symbiosis stream was terminated. There is an on-going development to find alternative resources in addition to the recycled gypsum also used at the plant.

Gyproc develops innovative, market leading and sustainable solutions with a focus on increasing demands for energy efficient and environmentally friendly construction. Many walls and ceilings in Denmark and the rest of the world are covered with plasterboards from Gyproc, who also participates in Partnership for Circular Gypsum – a national initiative covering the whole value chain to increase the availability of recycled gypsum.