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Re: [APD] Gypsum
Well, when it is distinctly stratified and compressed, yes,
that can be a problem.
You don't want to know what else some guys do during house
construction, but if you are moving into a new home, it's a
good idea to flush the drains.
--- Tom Wood <tomwood at valornet_com> wrote:
> It's common practice to throw the waste pieces of gypsum
> drywall out the
> windows of new homes as they being built. It collects
> around the perimeter
> of the house. Then, rather than haul it off, it is
> frequently covered up by
> a thin layer of topsoil and any landscaping. If you are
> having trouble
> getting plants to grow near a recently built house, dig
> down and see if
> there are pieces of old drywall buried under there. A
> little may be good,
> too much is too much.
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