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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. 

  

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.

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.

The scorching Australian sun is no match for Replas recycled-plastic bollards. They are low maintenance, durable and built to survive even the harshest conditions Mother Nature can throw at them. In Balranald, south west NSW, Replas 125 mm bollards are showing just how much they love the tough conditions as they soak up the summer sun.  

  

Narromine, along the banks of the Macquarie river, is a great location for gliders to experience some of the best hot air thermals in Australia. Visitors can enjoy a BBQ and relax at a local park which features 100 mm bollards made from recycled plastic. Not only will these bollards need little maintenance, but they offer protection from vehicles along this popular spot.

The Replas WA trailer recently visited the City of Albany. The Shire have recently installed a Post and Rail fence and also some bollards all made from recycled plastic. They are reportedly rapt with both installations and are planning on designing their very own Beachcomber Seat as well as installing picnic settings throughout the shire.

  

Recently, the Derwent Valley Council in Tasmania undertook some improvements at Tynwald Park, a large recreation park which has BBQ, sporting & play areas within its boundaries. As part of the upgrade, council wished to improve wheelchair access. The existing old treated pine post and log combination protruded, hindering entry. The solution was to use Replas 100 mm bollards which now allow for easy access of wheelchairs and prams, while also providing a necessary barrier to larger vehicles.

The new entrance sign to the park is also made from recycled plastic providing a striking first impression that will far outlast timber alternatives. Craig Fuller, Maintenance Supervisor at DVC, is extremely happy with the end result and has received many positive comments from locals and tourists.

  

Replas 125 mm recycled-plastic bollards were used in a street scape garden at the Queensland Government building car park in Maroochydore. The black bollards create definition for the area, while the contrast against the green native plants lends an elegant and contemporary feel to the landscape.

    

Shoalhaven Shire Council, in NSW, has purchased numerous recycled-plastic signs to direct people along various walking tracks and paths. But when it came to the stunning view at Bannisters Head in Mollymook they knew it all had to come to a stop. A stunning view like this called for a pretty spectacular seat to stop and enjoy the scenery.

A Big Bench from Replas fit the bill beautifully. This virtually maintenance-free structure offers a viewing platform, a place to throw out a picnic, or simply an opportunity to stop and appreciate a product that has saved waste plastic from going to landfill.