100 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas have been installed around the St. Kilda Botanic Gardens street in Elwood, Victoria. These black bollards have been enhanced with reflectors around the streets speed humps for pedestrians and vehicles. The robust 100 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. For ease of handling, the 100 mm bollard is partially-hollowed to reduce its weight. The post features a routed collar at the top and also has four holes in the base to fill with concrete when installing. Like all recycled plastic bollards from Replas, these bollards will not rot, split or crack and will never need painting. The durability and low maintenance features of recycled plastic products allows City of Port Phillip to spend their resources on other parts of the community.