Here are four creative ways to use recycled plastic products creatively.
1. Speed Humps On Boat Ramps - Hastings, Victoria
Mornington Peninsula Shire has ingeniously implemented a unique solution to their new Hastings Boat Ramp - speed humps made from recycled plastic! These creative lane dividers are partially submerged in salty waters, yet will remain durable for years of use. A truly inspired application of this traffic control tool.
2. Flat Tops For Home Fencing - Tasmania
Typically used in commerical applications, but not commonly seen in residential properties - these Flat Top bollards were meticulously placed, forming a distinctive and contemporary residential fence. With their close arrangement creating an architectural statement, this modern marvel stands as a sustainable symbol of style.
3. Profiles As Screening - Cheltenham, Victoria
Cheltenham was transformed by the addition of a striking vertical screen fence crafted with recycled plastic profiles in an array of vibrant hues. The alternating square and rectangular shapes created an eye-catching line that pays homage to sustainability while adding modern sophistication to it's surroundings.
4. Ecopods as Side Tables - Victoria
Upgrade your pool area with stylish and sustainable style! Eco pods provide the perfect conversation piece for any backyard gathering - crafted from recycled plastic, they are both eco-friendly and designed to withstand outdoor conditions. So sit back, relax and enjoy a breezy summer day in luxurious comfort.