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Rottnest Island Authority in WA have partnered with the Rottnest Foundation to create a 50 kilometre network of trails that will facilitate public access on the island while also minimising the pressures of tourism on the natural environment.
Exposure to the elements is the first thing that land managers on Rottnest consider when choosing materials; this is why recycled plastics are a material of choice on the trail network.

Rottnest Walk Trail Coordinator, Eilidh Graham, said, ‘Replas track markers are being utilised for way finding along the trail. They are easily routed to allow for artwork attachment and although highly visible, are not detrimental to the vistas along the trail. Bench seats blend nicely into the surrounding environment and Replas garden panels have proven to be a good choice for the restoration of the stairs between the Oliver Hill Guns’.

'The West End boardwalk is as robust and presentable as it was when the last screw went in back in 2011!’ Eilidh Graham, Rottnest Walk Trail Coordinator, Rottnest Island Authority.

The Rottnest Island Authority are now looking at other areas of the Island that similar materials can be used to create safe, sustainable and low maintenance access ways to the Islands bays along the remaining sections of the Wadjemup Walk Trail.

  

We all know the benefit of exercising and now with the range of exercise stations from Fitness Trails® there’s an easy and cost-effective way to exercise while having fun outdoors. Councils and schools around the country are realising the benefit of providing free outdoor exercise equipment—and Australians are loving it!

Busselton, WA—this self-guided system in this picturesque location, allows for use with, or without, supervision.

 

Robe, SA—locals are delighted with the newly installed Fitness Trail® in the Robe Street Recreation Park. The park also features several recycled-plastic settings—for those who prefer to take it easy. ‘The equipment has been a tremendous success. It is being used by various groups, and some young mums are out there before the sun rises and again after work most days.’ Cr Jenny Matthews, District Council of Robe.

 

The City of Canterbury, NSW—selected a Separated Exersite™: four stations each containing different ranges of exercise equipment. ‘The Separated Exersite™ was carefully chosen because of its durability, ease of use, appeal to a diverse range of users, and previous success by other councils and schools’. The Mayor of the City of Canterbury, Cr Robert Furolo MP

The community of Onslow in The Shire of Ashburton, WA, has worked for the past three years to create a community garden. The vision for the garden was that it would be a holistic environment that supports healthy active lifestyles.

Replas seating was chosen as the community agreed it would complement the ideals and features of the garden.

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Pier 21 is a 171‐berth marina on the Swan River in North Fremantle, WA. The team at Pier 21 recently replaced 200 metres of tired timber decking on one of the jetties with timber‐finish recycled‐plastic Enduroplank™, after a successful trial of a two‐metre installation.

Enduroplank™ is the ideal choice for maritime applications as it will not split, splinter or crack, will never need oiling and will outlast wooden decking by many years. The customer is delighted with the final result and now plans to gradually replace the timber on the other jetties with Enduroplank™.

Pier 21 is a 171‐berth marina on the Swan River in North Fremantle,Pier 21 is a 171‐berth marina on the Swan River in North Fremantle,WA. The team at Pier 21 recently replaced 200 metres of tired timberdecking on one of the jetties with timber‐finish recycled‐plastic

Enduroplank™, after a successful trial of a two‐metre installation.

Enduroplank™ is the ideal choice for maritime applications as it will not

split, splinter or crack, will never need oiling and will outlast wooden

decking by many years. The customer is delighted with the final result

and now plans to gradually replace the timber on the other jetties with

Enduroplank™.
WA. The team at Pier 21 recently replaced 200 metres of tired timber
decking on one of the jetties with timber‐finish recycled‐plastic
Enduroplank™, after a successful trial of a two‐metre installation.
Enduroplank™ is the ideal choice for maritime applications as it will not
split, splinter or crack, will never need oiling and will outlast wooden
decking by many years. The customer is delighted with the final result
and now plans to gradually replace the timber on the other jetties with
Enduroplank™.

Tomato Lake Park in Kewdale, Western Australia, features a 7.4 hectare lake supporting a wide variety of birdlife. The new installation of a 104-metre Enduroplank™ boardwalk allows visitors to observe the birds at close proximity, whilst the installation of Replas Podium signs displays details about birdlife found in the park.

The City of Belmont has also used these Plank signs in a number of other parks and playgrounds in the community, demonstrating their commitment to environmental sustainability. Well done!

The Raffles Hotel in Western Australia is an iconic building in Applecross, south of Perth. The recent installation of Replas’ Knox bollards have transformed the building, defining the edges of the property.

Reflectors have been recessed into the bollards to enhance visibility, and the recycled-plastic is a sustainable, practical application that creates an attractive finish to the garden area.

 

One of the major drawbacks of any lighting system installed near coastal areas is the rapid deterioration due to corrosion. The only answer to this in the past has been to use high grade stainless steel, which is costly and has a limited lifespan.

The lamps installed along the Swan River Foreshore and the J. H. Abrahams Reserve in Western Australia are made from recycled plastic, and are fitted with corrosion resistant lamp heads and 42-watt compact fluoro lamps. The control gear is housed right up under the lamp base – well above ground level and clear of moisture.

These lamps demonstrate the versatility of recycled plastic, and with a little imagination, you can produce a very attractive product in an environmentally responsible way too.

 

 

The Mount Henry Jetty in Western Australia was originally constructed to support the infrastructure works on the Mount Henry Bridge. Recently, however, the jetty was renovated for public use.

Enduroplank™ decking was used, along with recycled-plastic capping and fenders. Unlike wooden planking, which can be awkward to work with due to knots and differently sized sections, every Enduroplank™ is identical, allowing consistent quality and an easy installation.

 

When a parent at St Michael’s in Bassendean, WA, entered the recent Coles competition and won a Replas seat for their school, little did they know it would cause such a reaction at the school.

The new seat looked so good compared to the rickety old wooden benches surrounding it that the school decided to update the seating outside all of the classrooms.

I looked at the tag on the seat we had won and contacted Replas who were very helpful and accommodating. The 6 new benches I ordered arrived within a few days. They immediately improved the look around the school and created a buzz of excitement amongst the kids and parents as everyone likes to know what happens to their recycling after it is put into the bins. I think it is important that we show everyone the value of recycling and how valuable things can be made from recycled products'. Laurie Bechelli, Principal of St Michael’s, Bassendean, WA.