Outside the Waipukurau Library in Central Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, recycled plastic 100 mm bollards have been installed to protect a row of meter boxes. With the library open late some evenings, the bollards needed to be clearly visible to drivers of parking vehicles day and night. That was achieved by placing a pair of red reflectors on each bollard, making them clearly visible from all angles.
The basic but durable 100 mm Replas bollard is an economic alternative to timber and steel. As demonstrated here, it is easily fitted with accessories to suit the location and purpose.