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An Enduroplank™ walkway on the bridge at Apex Park in Townsville was installed three years ago. A recent inspection showed the recycled-plastic decking was the perfect choice as it is still in tip-top condition.

In the same park they have used recycled-plastic profile as garden edging which provides a long-lasting divide between the garden bed and grass area.

  

It seems Townsville Council, in Queensland, are feeling blue about the environment. Replas blue recycled-plastic bollards line the path between the park and the foreshore at Rowes Bay. Installed for approximately 6 years the performance of the bollards has made the council anything but blue since they look as pristine as the day they were installed.

The stunning new 710 metre elevated walkway on Magnetic Island in Far North Queensland was installed by Hutchinsons Builders. It is constructed from a combination of recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking and Replas profiles. Not only is the walkway a unique and robust structure, but the plastic contained in the materials was sourced from waste plastic collected through the community, making it an environmentally sustainable choice.

    

Several timber bridges in a Townsville estate, in Queensland, were rotting and needed lots of maintenance. Townsville City Council decided a better solution was to use recycled -plastic decking combined with composite fibre. Replas spent a half a day training council staff to install the materials and installation was so successful that they have now replaced five of the deteriorated bridges.

  

  

Rowes Bay Sustainability Education Centre in Townsville features a 250 metre boardwalk made from recycled plastic Enduroplank. The decking has also been used in combination with Replas profiles to create a seating area where student groups can gather to learn more about the environment.

    

A 75 hectare wetlands habitat in the middle of Townsville can now be explored by locals and visitors. The installation of a recycled-plastic boardwalk allows access to this rare site without damaging the surrounding flora. The new boardwalk, which is about 250 m long and elevated 60 cm above the water has created safer access to the Rowes Bay Wetlands for the local schools who use the area for environmental education.