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A new world of choices

Replas was recently invited to meet with the Gold Coast City Council so that members of the natural area management team could select the colour for a new boardwalk.

While Replas’ Enduroplank™ comes in a variety of colours, many other products such as seating and furniture also come in a variety of styles, and can be tailored to meet your specific needs and requirements.

Recycled plastic products are becoming a popular choice for local councils around Australia, as their durability and low maintenance costs make them an outstanding alternative to traditional materials.

 

Spreading the word

Replas attends Sustainable Choice seminar in Lismore, New South Wales.

Sustainable Choice is a membership-based program designed to assist local governments to purchase sustainable products and services. The Replas display trailer as well as staff from Queensland/Northern Rivers attended the event to promote Replas’ vision, ethics, and fantastic products.

  

 

Cooma Monaro Council out in force

Cooma Monaro Council staff were out in force to view the Replas display trailer when it recently toured the southern region of NSW. The trailer visits regional areas giving councils, schools and community groups the opportunity to learn more about recycled products and have an up-close look at the range.

Replas trailer, busy as a bee

When the Replas mobile display recently visited regional NSW, Goulburn Mulwaree Council staff made a bee line to view the trailer. All of the recycled-plastic products on the trailer are designed and manufactured in Australia and offer a durable and low maintenance alternative to timber.

On the trail at Boorowa

When the Replas display trailer pulled into Boorowa, in NSW, council staff didn't let bad weather stop them from coming out to view the range of recycled-plastic products. The trailer is piled high with decking, furniture, bollards, signage and traffic control items all made from plastic waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill.

If you would like to view the Replas display trailer call us on 1800 REPLAS to arrange a visit.

 

 

Replas impresses Bega Valley Council

No wonder staff at Bega Valley Shire Council were impressed with the Replas mobile display trailer. Fitted out with a variety of recycled-plastic products including bollards, furniture, and Enduroplank decking, the trailer is a fantastic way to get a hands-on feel for these long-lasting products. 

 

 

If you would like to view the trailer, call 1800 REPLAS to book a visit. 

    

Sustainable development at Casurina Beach

In an exclusive development at Casurina Beach, on the Tweed coast NSW Replas 100 mm bollards were used to create a clean and elegant barrier along the car park. The developers wanted to use a sustainable product and recycled-plastic bollards fit the brief beautifully. 

Kid safe

At Suffolk Park in Ballina NSW, Replas garden panels have been used to contain the soft fall in the children’s playground. The recycled-plastic panels are not only long-lasting, but have also been designed with safety in mind. Made from non-toxic material, the surface is smooth and comfortable to sit on making it perfect for this playful location. 

  

Young at heart

When the Replas mobile display trailer pulled into the heart of Young, NSW, Hugh Jackson, Parks & Gardens Manager at Young Shire Council, was waiting to view the array of products. Hugh is looking at replacing the playground surrounds at the Coppers Log playground with Replas garden edging. Recycled-plastic is a perfect choice as it for this.

Harden Shire Council Visit

When the Replas product display trailer recently arrived in Harden, NSW, council staff, Michael Burns—Engineering Assistant, and Mark Crisp—Director of Technical Services, were waiting to view the range of long-lasting and low-maintenance products.