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‘I just wanted to express my appreciation to you for your wonderful products. We at Cambridge Primary School have purchased a few of your seats recently and are looking to purchase quite a few more in the near future. I have been a school attendant with C.P.S for over 17 years now and during this time we have had quite a variety of different seating products both wooden and metal but none of them has stood up to the task as effectively as yours!

All other staff and quite a few parents within the school community are very impressed with the style and are equally delighted that they are made from recycled materials!So once again thank you! I look forward to dealing with your company in the future!’ Lawrence Woulleman, Cambridge Primary School, Tasmania.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 
Recycled plastic signage and furniture has replaced rotting permapine posts and timber signs along a 13 km scenic walking trail in South Australia.;
 
Nigel Melzner, Manager Community Infrastructure, City of Port Lincoln said, -‘The advantage that the Replas products have over timber products is there is no splintering and no maintenance in oiling or painting. I guess you could say that high maintenance products, and splinters in timber seats are both pains in the backside, and with Replas products we get neither !’ 

'The Replas range of products ticked all the boxes and has enabled us to carry a consistent theme along the whole length of the trail. We are staging the upgrading of the Parnkalla trail and will continue to use Replas products to maintain consistency'  -Nigel Melzner, Manager Community Infrastructure, City of Port

 

Once we feel the first rays of spring sunshine our thoughts turn from winter comfort food to getting in shape for the summer ahead. In Australian we are fortunate enough to have access to some world class fitness facilities to help us on our way—just don’t be surprised if you come across some world class recycled-plastic products while you are there.Ian Thorpe will make a splash in the newly opened SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre in Adelaide when he makes his Australian comeback next year. The centre will host the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships, incorporating selection for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

When fitting out the centre they realised they needed a range of custom made seating that was not only functional and brightly coloured, but could also survive in a chemical rich environment without rusting or deteriorating. Over $40 000 worth of recycled-plastic seating from Replas was installed in the $100 million dollar centre.

‘Using REPLAS products was the obvious choice bearing in mind the environment they needed to be in, I will only use REPLAS products in all of my pools because they are the only product that will survive the test of time’ -Michelle Young, YMCA.

Ian Thorpe will make a splash in the newly opened SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre in Adelaide when he makes his Australian comeback next year. The centre will host the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships, incorporating selection for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

When fitting out the centre they realised they needed a range of custom made seating that was not only functional and brightly coloured, but could also survive in a chemical rich environment without rusting or deteriorating. Over $40 000 worth of recycled-plastic seating from Replas was installed in the $100 million dollar centre.
 

‘Using REPLAS products was the obvious choice bearing in mind the environment they needed to be in, I will only use REPLAS products in all of my pools because they are the only product that will survive the test of time.’ Michelle Young, YMCA.

The Payneham Swimming Centre in Felixstow, South Australia, recently updated several of its old wooden seats. The timber was splitting and rotting, exposing metal pins and posing a health and safety risk.

New plastic seats were installed giving the centre a fresh lease of life, and a welcome break from the rigours of continual maintenance.

 

When Bullimbal School in Tamworth, moved to a new school site in May, 2010 they were faced with the prospect of having no outside furniture. Greg O’Sullivan from the school, said, ‘We considered metal, wood and recycled plastic garden furniture,’ adding that in the end, ‘we settled on the Replas recycled plastic furniture’. Greg said it they were swayed by the low maintenance of recycled plastic finding it very affordable when the life expectancy was considered.

'We would be pleased to get more items from Replas and would happily recommend their products to others'. Greg O’Sullivan, Environmental Coordinator, Bullimbal School.

 

Craigieburn Primary School in Victoria has recently purchased some beautiful seats for their ‘Values Garden.’ The six new seats are brightly coloured, and student-friendly due to the rounded edges.

Each seat displays one of the school’s six values, serving a constant reminder of the values of Craigieburn Primary, and are now enjoyed each recess and lunchtime by pupils and teachers alike.

 

Queensland's Caloundra High School has created an outstanding outdoor seating area where students can socialise. The school was keen to use a recycled plastic product in order to demonstrate the school’s commitment to environmental sustainability, and the Big bench was the ideal solution.

The bench is large enough for students to relax and mingle, whilst also providing a great study area where students can spread their books out.

 

 

Townsville Council, Queensland, recently decided to install a row of blue bollards in Blue Water Park. This vibrant colour is now available across much of our recycled plastic range, injecting a splash of colour to the location.

In addition to the benefits of recycled plastic, grass maintenance has become a simpler task as the cord cuts of a whipper-snipper do not cause splintering and rotting, as they did with the timber posts!