Jacob Wells Environmental Education Centre (EEC) in Norwell Queensland were looking for a custom mobile serving trolley for their outdoor dining area. Replas custom made a narrow and tall table with castors that is perfect to be left outdoors and can be wheeled out of the way when not in use. The table perfectly compliments the many benches that are scattered around the area. The benches are about 10 years old and look just as good as the brand new bench. The perks of using recycled plastic products is the incredible long lasting attributes that can hold up to even Queensland weather. Replas profiles can come in a range of colours and have a range of uses. Along with the Replas benches, they will not split, rot, or crack like the alternative to timber seating. Lyrebird benches are the ideal choice wherever a more traditional bench is wanted. The bench and profiles are extremely sturdy, with benches being available in both free standing and in ground models.
“The Centre’s aim is to provide quality education programs which assist schools in achieving desired learning outcomes for each student, contributing to the development of an environmentally conscious and active individual for a sustainable future.”