The company has 17 operative gypsum board plant locations located in strategic markets nationwide to offer customers quick delivery. Some of the newest, such as the Apollo Beach, FL, Shippingport, PA, Westwego, LA and Mt. Holly, NC facilities, use solid waste byproduct gypsum from nearby power plants to produce wallboard.
NGC operates the largest gypsum quarry in the world, located outside Halifax, Nova Scotia, and seven other mines and quarries.
One of the top recycled paper users in the United States, National Gypsum operates three paper mills that use 100 percent waste paper to produce facing paper for its wallboard products.
Interior finishing products, including joint treatment compounds, tape and dry powders, are produced in five stand alone plants and in combination with one board plant. The company also manufactures cement board in three locations in the United States and one in Canada.
For an interactive map showing all of the National Gypsum locations, please click the map illustration at right.