Templestowe College have installed recycled plastic Free Standing Premier Settings and 125 mm bollards from Replas around their campus. The grey with black 3 supports Premier Setting design offers greater legroom for students. Unlike alternative outdoor furniture which may need constant maintenance, these recycled plastic tables and benches will not split, rot or crack and [...]
The Dromana Foreshore carp park down the Morning Peninsula in Victoria is home to several 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust 125 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped-top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and pedestrians like at Dromana Foreshore. For easy handling, the [...]
At Tangambalanga Community Centre in Towong Shire Council VIC are rows of Replas recycled plastic bollards. The 125 mm blue bollards are an excellent alternative to timber, providing a rigid, resistant barrier to define the boundary and deter vehicles or pedestrians. These Towong Shire Council bollards are blue, however Replas bollards are available in a [...]
The Ingkerreke Outstation Resource Centre in Alice Springs, Northern Territory have recently purchased Replas recycled plastic bollards in multiple sizes to be distributed throughout the Aboriginal Town Camps. Darren Moulds, Infrastructure Officer said, "the local town council have installed existing bollards, and we are very happy with this product as it holds up to our harsh [...]
Lockyer Valley Regional Council in South East Queensland have recently completed the latest stage of fencing upgrades at Laidley Sports Complex. The multi-purpose facility have installed 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust 125 mm bollard has a pyramid-shaped top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter [...]
The geothermal environment of New Zealand’s Volcanic Plateau is destructive to building materials. So when recycled plastic was suggested as an alternative to timber and steel bollards, local authorities were understandably wary. A two-year trial was called for, and Replas products passed the test in every way. Now the first significant recycled plastic installation in [...]
In a popular park in the suburb of Wavell Heights on Brisbane’s north side, Replas 125 mm bollards have been used to create a maintenance-free boundary. Made from plastic waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill the long-lasting bollards blend in beautifully with the natural landscape and help protect the surrounding vegetation.
Townsville Council, in Queensland, have combined galvanised pipe with green 125 mm recycled-plastic bollards to create an effective and long-lasting barrier at Rowes Bay. This offers protection for the surrounding bushland as vehicle access is now restricted. Townsville Council, in Queensland, have combined galvanised pipe with green 125 mm recycled-plastic bollards to create an effective [...]
Knox City Council, in Victoria, is one of many councils who have taken our recycled-plastic bollards and made them their own. Throughout the area hundreds of black Replas 125 mm square bollards, with their clean, understated collar routs, make an elegant statement about the municipality. Replas has the capability, with our extensive fabrication facility, to [...]
On the outskirts of Palmerston in the top end of the Northern Territory, Replas 125 mm square green bollards have been used to great effect to define a pathway and restrict vehicle access near a major roadway. Not only do they blend in beautifully with the landscape, but as they are made from waste plastic [...]
Replas 125 mm recycled-plastic bollards were used in a street scape garden at the Queensland Government building car park in Maroochydore. The black bollards create definition for the area, while the contrast against the green native plants lends an elegant and contemporary feel to the landscape.
Replas 125 mm bollards were installed at Dungog, NSW, in 2007. Not only did that mean that waste plastic was saved from landfill, but it has also meant the council made a wise investment in a long-lasting product. The colour has not faded and today they still look as green as the grass that grows [...]