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Beach buggy access

Not only is beach access important for people, it's also important for beach buggies. Rockdale City Council recently installed an Enduroplank™ which has been a great success with visitors, particularly buggy drivers. Located near the Georges River Sailing Club in Sandringham, Sydney, this recycled-plastic decking offers an ethical alternative to traditional timber.

Diners at the hidden treasure, Georges River Sailing Club, can now enjoy a beautiful, safer journey to the beach without hassle. The Enduroplank™ especially suits the marine area as salt water will not damage or destroy the material, making the decking a long-lasting, maintenance-free product.

  

609,000 plastic bags saved

A new and exciting beach access is currently being installed at North Narrabeen on the northern beaches of Sydney. The new point will ensure easy access for residents and visitors from the Surf Club to the beach.

Enduroplank™ is a perfect decking for the area, due to its ability to withstand the harsh salt water. It's an ethical alternative to timber, which is promised to remain maintenance-free and long-lasting. Not only will the material not corrode, even when submerged in salt water, it also refuses to split, rot, crack or need painting.

Each 3 metre length of Enduroplank™ is equivalent to 4350 plastic bags. Once the project is completed a total of 609,000 plastic bags will have been saved from landfill. What an excellent recycling achievement! You simply can't go wrong with a stunning, easily installed Enduroplank™ beach access.

  

Napier Park cemented in history

Strathmore has been carefully preserved to give visitors an essence of its origin prior to the European settlement. It's also home to a recently refurbished Napier Park. The park includes some towering River Red Gums, some of the rare few located in the Melbourne area. The flora and fauna is absolutely flourishing, thanks to Moonee Valley City Council.

The council chose to incorporate several Replas' floating decks and a 12 metre long bridge into the park. The floating decks break up the otherwise bland, neutral gravel paths scattered throughout the park. The floating deck eliminates any issues of moisture exposure. Most materials would quickly deteriorate after direct contact with the ground but the recycled-plastic concept ensures that the park has reliable, solid pathways for a long time to come.

An area as special as this required a hassle-free alternative. Replas' floating decks are easily installed, highly cost effective and are an ideal solution to heavy amounts of moisture. Take a stroll to Napier Park to check out its rich history, unique medieval playground and now its smooth pathways!

Parkes Shire Council just can't get enough!

Forbes, located in the Lachlan Valley South West of NSW, just can't get enough of Replas!

They have recycled-plastic picnic settings, bins, track markers, several bench seats and even an Enduroplank™ on the walk way over to the stunning lake.

Many thousands of plastic bags have been saved from landfill as a result, go Forbes!

All of these products are low-maintenance and designed to last as they're resistant to termites, microorganisms and moisture.

Enduroplank™ decking in particular is a long lasting construction containing no timber or metal (other than fixings and brackets) and is robust and durable.

An enormous environmental impact has been made by Parkes Shire Council and Replas' recycled-plastic initiative.

  

Enduroplank™ bridges the walkway gap

After decades of being synonymous with Auckland's wastewater treatment Puketutu Island in Auckland, New Zealand, is now a place people want to visit.

As part of the redevelopment of the area, Watercare Services Ltd chose recycled-plastic to create bench seating and used Enduroplank™ decking to bridge a spillway for the convenience of cyclists and walkers along the Manukau Coastal walkway.

By using recycled plastic on the project, Watercare has saved the equivalent of 658,000 plastic bags from ending up in landfill.  

  

Upcycling inspiration

This St Kilda boardwalk has taken recycling to a whole new picturesque level.

Replas took the offcuts from the Enduroplank™ decking and made it into outdoor furniture, creating this exceptional Daintree Seat.

The seats are very versatile, available in free-standing or in-ground options, easily installed in this existing Enduroplank™ decking or any other structure.

Anti-slip eco friendly decking for Sutherland Shire Council residents

A public walkway in Gymea, a suburb located within Sutherland Shire Council, southern Sydney, is situated between the rail line and the shops.

Approximately three and a half metres wide by 35 metres long and with a kick rail on both sides, the Enduroplank™ that has been installed there has been very successful and is used as the main decking.

Council increased the slip rate component by having the walkway coated with an anti slip product which increased the rating to V14, the highest rating.

 

Overcoming obstacles

Replas team-members were approached by a client who wished to build a set of stairs and landings using the infamous Enduroplank™ product. The council that he was quoting for had decided to change their tender to show the recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ instead of the previously specified timber decking, due to the longer life span and higher quality of the product.

The product’s width did not meet the relevant standards for the stair tread depth; however, Enduroplank™ can be cut and modified in order to satisfy individual needs.

Team-members from around the country were more than happy to help with producing photos of various ways in which other people have overcome this challenge in the past.

  

 

Protecting the view

Yarra Ranges Shire Council has chosen to protect the native foliage using a raised Replas' deck.

The Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking ensures easy access for workers and visitors and no damage to the valuable environment.

The decking completes a calm, peaceful backdrop in an otherwise busy facility. 

The material is long-lasting, providing a refreshing alternative to traditional timber.

  

Sun, sand and recycled plastic

No trip to the beach is complete without the elaborate hot-sand tribal dance as you try to make your way from the car down to the water without burning your feet.

Beach goers at the South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club on the Arthur Byrne Reserve in Maroubra, New South Wales, can put their screams and flailing arms to rest with Replas to the rescue. With the installation of a beach access pathway and 145 millimetre bollards locals can get down to the beach with ease. Both of these products are made with recycled plastic and look fantastic sitting between the sand and bushland reserve. The pathway is about 160 metres long, two metres wide and was made with Replas' slip-resistant and easy-to-install Enduroplank™. The bollards are virtually maintenance-free, come in a variety of different colours and can be converted into signs.

The South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club provides water awareness education for children, surf sports and lifesaving services and has continued its commitment to environmentally-friendly products and a sustainable future.