“In the photo is our Maintenance Fitter – Macca,” says Jacobus Grundling, Coordinator of Parks and Gardens in Tablelands Regional Council in Queensland. “Macca installed all your products be it benches, signs or bollards and he really enjoys working with the Replas gear as it is easy to put together, light and robust.” Tablelands Regional Council have installed recycled plastic plank signs and sheeting with composite fibre for their signage at Pepina Falls and Souita Falls. Recycled plastic plank signs use 125 mm square bollards from Replas and the planks are 200 x 40 mm (1.8 m) profiles (400 x 40 mm available). The text in both signs are routed into the plank and painted, lasting longer than a timber alternative. “We at Tablelands Regional Council are always looking at opportunities to use Replas recycled plastic products so we can demonstrate to the community we are doing our bit to reduce plastics going to landfill,” said Jacobus. “Looking forward to continuing supporting Replas for many years and trying new products.”