Most people will know about gypsum being used in the building industry, however if you have any experience of gypsum management then you will know that the uses for this material are actually much more varied than this.
In addition to building work, gypsum can be used for:
– Plaster casts. If you have ever had an injury that required a cast, then there is a chance that there will have been some presence of gypsum in it.
– In toothpaste. It is actually quite a common ingredient – and is part of the reason that you should simply brush your teeth and then spit the paste out, rather than swallowing it.
– To settle dirt in ponds. This is a great use, as it means that ponds can be settled without having to inflict any kind of damage onto the wildlife living there.
When you think about the sheer number of uses for gypsum, it is clear that there should be a gypsum management strategy in place if you are involved with the use of the material. If you need more information or advice, simply get in touch with us today to see what we can do to use your gypsum in the best possible way.
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