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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.

Auckland Spring Horticultural Trade Day

In New Zealand, the Auckland Spring Horticultural Trade Day is a landscape industry show run twice yearly. Held this year on 14 August it is attended by landscapers, council parks staff, nurseries, growers and garden centres. Replas products were a big hit during the day with the Enduroplank™ deck drawing the most attention.

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.

Enduroplank™ boat ramp wins engineering award

A new boat ramp and jetty facility at Palmerston in the Northern Territory looks stunning due to the use of brown Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking. The structure received the President’s Award from the Northern Territory chapter of Engineers Australia for its innovative design.


Make a path for Mindil Beach

Hundreds of people crowd Mindil Beach, in Darwin, to watch the spectacular sunsets and enjoy the famous Mindil Beach Markets. Accessing the beach through the dunes is now made easy with Enduroplank floating pathways from Replas. These pathways also helps protect the sand dunes and the surrounding vegetation.


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.


Murchison hooks an environmental solution

The mouth of the Murchison River is a much loved spot for Kalbarri locals to fish. The Shire of Northampton has now provided the perfect spot to cast a line in safety with the addition of a new platform made from recycled plastic and composite fibre. This timber free structure is perfect in this location as it is resistant to moisture and microorganisms and will not rot, crack or split.


Enduroplank™ comes out on top

Nambucca Shire Council, in NSW, required a strong, durable pedestrian deck to be installed next to an existing road bridge. An existing timber and bitumen surface had deteriorated due to floods that had gone over the bridge seven times in five years. The surface was refurbished by laying an Enduroplank™ floating deck over the top. This provided the perfect solution and will easily cope with any future flood waters.


Can we build it?

An 8m bridge at Wallaman Falls National Park, Mount Fox, in Queensland was built by a contractor in Townsville using Enduroplank decking. It was then disassembled and taken up to Wallaman Falls where it was easily re-assembled by National Parks rangers. The recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking was also used to create a ramp to the toilet block.


Townsville upgrades to recycled plastic

Several timber bridges in a Townsville estate, in Queensland, were rotting and needed lots of maintenance. Townsville City Council decided a better solution was to use recycled -plastic decking combined with composite fibre. Replas spent a half a day training council staff to install the materials and installation was so successful that they have now replaced five of the deteriorated bridges.