Hi Martha, I'm no expert but as a carpenter most of my life, I have
disposed of drywall in many ways. My favorite is to run it through a
chipper and mix it into the compost piles. I have also piled it up
outside and let the rains turn it to a mountain of white fill for rutts
in my driveway, it gets pretty solid. I save lots of pieces in the shop,
thinking I'd use them someday and never do, so they usually get thrown
out to walk throught the mud or something and just deteriorate into the
walkway. On a construction site we burn a lot of scrap wood and sometimes
throw some drywall onto the fire but it usually gets scooped up later for
backfill anyways...Good luck with the project.
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