Replas makes a range of recycled plastic signs in Australia suitable for all your outdoor needs. Our signs are extremely hard wearing with a high resistance to graffiti, offering you an economic and ethical alternative to using timber. As the colour is built into the plastic you are assured a virtually maintenance-free solution. The signs are resistant to termites, microorganisms and moisture and will never split, rot, crack or need painting.

Replas can confirm that in all plastic components manufactured by RPA we are using 98% recycled plastic material, with the remainder being the Master Batch, Light Fastener, and UV stabiliser package. The 98% recycled material content, by mass, is in line with AS/NZS ISO 14021.

Long Lasting

 Cost Effective

Australian Made

 Environmentally Friendly

Low Maintenance

 Easy to Install

Bollard Sign

A simple sign that is easily customised.

Cafe Barriers

Offers signage for cafes and restaurants.

Paddle Sign

paddle-signage

Designed and used by Surf Life Saving Victoria.

Podium Sign

An excellent way to display information.

Plank Sign

Identify your park, school or recreational ground.

Plaques and Routing

Design a plaque and routing that reflects your organisation.

Trackmarker Sign

Offers signage on both sides.

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.