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a common white or colorless mineral (hydrated calcium sulphate) used to make cements and plasters (especially plaster of Paris)

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The 8th Global Gypsum Conference 2008 comes to Dubai
Gypsum board industry started in Indonesia in 1994, with the operation of the first plasterboard manufacturer, PT Petrojaya Boral Plaster Board in Gresik, East Java previously a joint venture between PT Petrokimia Gresik, Pembangunan Jaya and Boral of Australia.
This paper describes a general survey performed on the Ninyerola Gypsum unit from a stratigraphic, petrologic and sedimentologic perspective.
GRA's Cambridge recycling facility can process a permitted capacity of 60,000 tons of recycled gypsum per year.
The aim of the Plasterboard Forum is to enable full consultation at every level of the supply chain, from manufacturers, suppliers and users of gypsum products through to recyclers of gypsum waste.
An experiment was undertaken to determine the extent and rate at which gypsum dissolution occurs in triple de-ionised water (TDI) and seawater for the various sources and size fractions.
manufacturers developed and marketed gypsum fiber products as a replacement for traditional gypsum hoard.
Demand for gypsum products in North America is forecast to advance 2.
In addition to Dens-Shield tile backer, G-P Gypsum also manufactures Dens-Glass Gold[R] gypsum sheathing, another member of the company's innovative family of Dens-Products, and ToughRock[TM] brand gypsum board.
The purpose of this investigation was to determine if applications of gypsum will increase cotton lint yields on heavy clay soils in Southeast Missouri.
A study at the University of Wisconsin at Madison by soil scientist Richard Wolkowski, published in the January-February 2000 issue of Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, found that clean scrap gypsum wallboard can be crushed and applied to alfalfa as fertilizer.
Since enactment of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990, scrubbers added to smokestacks of electric power plants have been generating more and more gypsum as a waste product.
For two seasons in the early 1950s, when Smith worked in the National Gypsum quality-control department in Parsons, Kan.
DERA GHAZI KHAN -- Eleven illegally established gypsum crushing plants are causing environmental pollution and spreading diseases but the authorities have turned a blind eye to the illegal units across the district.
Capital announced that ACG Materials has acquired Diamond Gypsum Co.