The Tweed Shire Council in New South Wales is continually adding to its extensive cycle-path network throughout the Shire. The council recently installed some 145mm square recycled plastic bollards to define the edge of the bike trail, as well as to deter vehicle access at the top of many streets and courts.
Replas bollards are easy to install and look great either standing alone, or linked via chain or pipe as shown here.
Plank signs are one of the most popular signs in our range and it’s no wonder. The City of Kingston and Greater Geelong Council have both taken the opportunity to customise their Plank signs to great effect.
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Nillumbik Shire Council in Victoria recently decided to replace their tired wooden picnic settings at Eltham North Adventure Play Park. The council installed ten Replas picnic settings, which Leisure Projects Officer Seamus Cale describes as ‘simply fantastic!’.
One special feature of the Adventure Play Park is a large enclosed ‘fort’ indoor playground, which, two years ago, Replas revamped with sturdy and safe Enduroplanks™. The recycled plastic decking looks great and is still going strong, proving to the shire that timber is no longer a viable option.
When it came to updating Wellington Street in Tasmania’s historic Richmond, the team at Clarence City Council decided to replace rapidly deteriorating timber products with more economic and environmentally‐friendly alternatives.
They chose Enduroplank™ to create a sturdy footbridge that will not crack, rot or splinter, and Replas bollards to promote a green approach to road safety.
Because recycled‐plastic products will last up to three times longer than timber, they are more cost effective in the long run. Furthermore, the slip resistance of the Enduroplanking™ allows pedestrians to walk along Wellington Street safely.