NEWS 

Replas welcomes recycling initiatives in 2020 Federal Budget
“Innovative plastic recycling company, Replas, commends the Government’s Federal budget announcement to ban the export of plastic waste and the investment of $250 million on recycling infrastructure.”

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PepsiCo pledges $650,000 to help Clean Up Australia

“PepsiCo and Clean Up Australia have announced a new partnership to launch a three-year program called, Greening the Green, aimed at educating consumers on soft plastic recovery and increasing soft plastic recycling across Australia.” 

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PM Scott Morrison – Turning Waste into Resources

“On the 3rd of August 2019, Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the Downer site to discuss the recycling of plastics into asphalt for roads, plastic benches and energy.”

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Soft Plastics Recycled to Create Park Infrastructure

“They might look like run-of-the-mill bollards, but did you know the sturdy structures at Alexandra Park are made up of thousands of pieces of soft plastic?”

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From plastic scraps to plant pots: giving new life to your plastic waste

 “Local Victorian facilities and businesses are turning our plastic waste into new products, such as garden pots and garden planter boxes.”

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Environmentally Friendly

Replas’ plastic recycling leads to low maintenance products that are designed to last. Recycled plastic is resistant to termites, microorganisms and moisture, and will never split, rot, crack or need painting. Through the REDcycle Program Replas is proud to partner with companies, such as Coles and Woolworths, who have taken responsibility for the plastic waste they create. The soft plastic material collected through the program can be recycled by Replas and turned into products designed for outdoor use within the community.

Replas Environmental Statement

With plastic use on the rise, we need to create a sustainable community that reduces, re-uses and recycles plastics. At Replas, we see waste as a valuable resource, and are part of making this world more sustainable. What is the environmental cost in not being involved in the circular economy? By re-thinking your selection and procurement to recycled plastic products, you become the true recycler. Everyone touches plastic and we must be more accountable and responsible if we are to drive demand for recycled plastic products.