Plasterboard and plaster are gypsum-based materials used in building and construction works. It is not an unsafe material to handle or transport but needs to be recycled separately to cut toxic pollution. Anyone with excess plasterboard or plaster can save money and materials by recycling them through their supplier. You also might be able to sell or give it away for reuse.
You can pay to recycle plasterboard or plaster at the following recycling sites.
- Bridgwater (Saltlands) recycling centre
- Chard recycling centre
- Crewkerne recycling centre
- Dulverton recycling centre
- Frome recycling centre
- Highbridge recycling centre
- Street recycling centre
- Taunton (Priorswood) recycling centre
- Wells (Dulcote) recycling centre
- Williton recycling centre
- Yeovil recycling centre
Charges and payment
Payment must be made online before you take plasterboard or plaster for recycling.
To pay complete the disposal form.
Asbestos and plasterboard disposal form
Please make your plasterboard deposit at your chosen site within three months of making payment.
Site staff will check your receipt and quantity before directing you to the correct container.