Enviroboard

BGC Enviroboard is manufactured using more recycled content than standard plasterboard. The products within the BGC Enviroboard range do not compromise of performance, giving you an internal lining board that can meet the performance requirements you require but is also friendlier to the environment than standard plasterboard.

Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) is an environmental labelling program which aims to provide customers with the knowledge that the product they are purchasing has met certain environmental performance standards which have been developed and assessed in line with International labelling standards.

At least 11% of the gypsum contained within BGC Enviroboard Commercial and BGC Enviroboard Ultimate has been recycled and uses 100% recycled paper liner which is green in colour on the face of the board to assist with identification.

BGC Enviroboard Commercial

BGC Enviroboard Commercial is 13mm thick plasterboard and can be used in wall and ceiling systems, ideal for the more demanding office or commercial environment. BGC Enviroboard Commercial has been designed to be slightly denser that our standard 13mm plasterboard which will assist with the acoustic performance of the board.

BGC Enviroboard Commercial Sizes

Length mm
Thickness mmMass kg/m2Width mm3600
139.51200x

 

BGC Enviroboard Ultimate

BGC Enviroboard Ultimate has been developed as a total solution internal lining. It is ideally suited for a vast array of application including wet areas such as bathrooms so is ideally suited in partitions situations where an FRL (Fire Resistance Level) is required in conjunction with a wet area. As well as having excellent fire and moisture properties BGC Enviroboard Ultimate also has superior acoustic performance properties and impact resistance. An ideal choice for hospitality and health/hospital applications.

BGC Enviroboard Ultimate Sizes

Length mm
Thickness mmMass kg/m2Width mm3600
1310.61200x

For more information on Good Environmental Choice Australia please visit www.geca.org.au