In the past, the Murray Shire Council has used a timber post and rail system along their sporting grounds. With constant maintenance and replacement, Council member Luke Keogh believes the treated pine is a ‘thing of the past’. Recently, Murray Shire Council has ordered 100 bollards for around the Moama Sports Club. Not only do these new bollards look great, they will outlast timber, are maintenance free and, most importantly, represent amazing value for the council.
‘Recycled plastic is the future look that we, as a council, are after. It both benefits the environment and shows our local community that the council is very focused on sustainable products and outcomes.’