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Kings Canyon gets the royal treatment

In January 2013 a bush fire swept through Kings Canyon in Alice Springs, NT, devastating a timber boardwalk in the area. Instead of repairing it with timber which is vulnerable to further damage the decision was made to use Enduroplank™ decking.

Replas Diamond Club member Bullant Building, installed a magnificent new floating boardwalk made from recycled plastic. The pathway will provide a more durable solution in this harsh environment as it will not crack, split or rot and most importantly in this outback environment, it is resistant to termites.

    

   After the bushfire                                   New Enduroplank ™ floating walkway

 

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.

 

 

Sick of painting your deck each year - Relax Replas has you covered!

Brett, one of our hardworking employees from the Replas Resource Centre, in Victoria, recently installed Trex decking at his home. Not only does the Trex deck come with an unbeatable 25 year guarantee not to fade, stain or scratch, but with no ongoing maintenance Brett will have more time to put his feet up and enjoy a Summer BBQ.

Environmental Outlet

The bridge at the Outlet in Robe, SA, faces a daily assault of sea water and salt spray. So it was no wonder the District Council of Robe chose recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking as a more durable alternative to timber.

Trevor Hondow, Works Manager at Robe District Council said they, 'wanted an environmentally-friendly, cost effective long-lasting product,' adding that he believed, 'recycled products should have a greater lifespan than other products'. According to Trevor, 'If the product fits the purpose, stacks up price wise, Council will always look at environmentally friendly products.

Junior construction

Ben Bonadio from Benton Homes entertained Billy and Isabella Dean while Mum and Dad took a look at the Trex® range at the 2013 Herald Sun Home Show. This unparalleled fade and stain resistant decking is perfect for projects of all sizes and is easy to handle even for the littlest of builders.

Replas decking hits the spot

At the 2013 Herald Sun Home show visitors were able to take some time out from the exhibition on a specially constructed platform at the cafeteria. The platform was made from Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking which is made from plastic waste collected through the community. Event organisers, Exhibitions and Events Australia Pty Ltd, chose the Replas decking to demonstrate the practicality of sustainable products.

Replas decking hits the spot

At the 2013 Herald Sun Home show visitors were able to take some time out from the exhibition on a specially constructed platform at the cafeteria. The platform was made from Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking which is made from plastic waste collected through the community. Event organisers, Exhibitions and Events Australia Pty Ltd, chose the Replas decking to demonstrate the practicality of sustainable products.

Surviving the cyclone

Since Cyclone Yasi devastated much of Queensland in 2011 repair the government has funded many projects to rebuild the region. Diamond Club Member Boyds Bay Garden World installed a Beach Access pathway made from recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ decking at the beach in Cardwell. This product is not only environmentally-friendly, but is also extremely robust and long lasting.

Under Construction

Tasmania’s largest construction company Fairbrother & John Holland teamed up to build the new Menzies Centre Building. Composite Fibre (FRP) bearers were specified for the substructure below the outdoor deck areas with 600 lm of product used. While the Fairbrother/John Holland tradespeople onsite were unfamiliar with FRP, they found it easy to work with. The major benefit it that it will long outlast timber which would have been the more traditional material chosen.

 

New boardwalk on Magnetic Island attracts attention

The stunning new 710 metre elevated walkway on Magnetic Island in Far North Queensland was installed by Hutchinsons Builders. It is constructed from a combination of recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking and Replas profiles. Not only is the walkway a unique and robust structure, but the plastic contained in the materials was sourced from waste plastic collected through the community, making it an environmentally sustainable choice.