Replas Bollards Hold Up In Alice Springs Ingkerreke Outstation Resource Centre

The Ingkerreke Outstation Resource Centre in Alice Springs, Northern Territory have recently purchased Replas recycled plastic bollards in multiple sizes to be distributed throughout the Aboriginal Town Camps. Darren Moulds, Infrastructure Officer said, “the local town council have installed existing bollards, and we are very happy with this product as it holds up to our harsh temperature’s between 40-45 degrees.” Recycled plastic bollards are an excellent alternative to timber as they provide rigid, resistant barriers to define boundaries, deter vehicles and limit pedestrian access. Replas bollards are robust and will not split, rot, crack or ever need painting – making them exceptionally suitable for environmentally sensitive areas such as Alice Springs. Installed at Hoppy’s Town Camp, these reflective bollards are a a fantastic addition to the Ingkerreke Outstation Resource Centre. “We look forward to dealing with [Replas] in the future,” Darren expressed.

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