A sign in Maud Kehoe Park in Queensland’s Atherton Tablelands that was replaced with Replas recycled material has received the thumbs up from the supplier of the original timber sign. With a history of using Replas products, the quality and performance of the new sign came as no surprise to Tablelands Regional Council.

‘The original painted chipboard sign did not stand up to the tropical weather here,’ said Jacob Grundling from Tablelands Region Council. ‘The Replas replacement accurately matched the profiles we requested, will eliminate the issues of water penetration, and was so easy to install that a Grade 4 student could have done it!’ Tablelands Regional Council takes every opportunity to support sustainability and recycling, and will continue to use Replas products wherever possible in its commitment to being environmentally friendly.