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  • On June 11th, 2010, during a trip to Cold Lake Alberta to witness the aerial combat exercise, Maple Flag, Major Brian 'Gyproc' Dunsterville stationed at 4 Wing at Cold Lake

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  • The symbiosis started when Gyproc located its facility in Kalundborg to take advantage of the fuel gas available from Statoil.

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  • The Statoil oil refinery agreed to provide excess gas to Gyproc, which had seen Statoil's flares and recognized that this burning gas was a potential low-cost fuel source.

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  • Asnaes has also desulfurized its smoke, using a process that yields calcium sulfate as a side product, which is sold as “industrial gypsum” to Gyproc.

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  • Gyproc, the wallboard producer, buys surplus gas from the refinery, reducing the need to burn coal.

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  • Gyproc, a Swedish company that is the world leader in plasterboard and gypsum plasters among other building materials.

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  • Guys driving off-roaders to the fucking video shop; the only time the thing was actually off the road was when it was in the driveway outside their Gyproc and plywood 'dream home', or when it was in the workshop after you took a bend at more than forty and rediscovered your respect for aerodynamics over sheer bulk.

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