Mornington Peninsula Shire celebrated the completion and opening of the upgraded $1.6 m Hastings Boat Ramp project delivering a four ramp facility extending deeper into the bay, with the help of recycled plastic Speed Humps from Replas. Speed Humps are flexible enough to allow conformity to slight irregularities in the pavement surface, yet are strong [...]
At Berry Reserve Dinghy Storage facilities in Northern Beaches Council, NSW, Replas Pro PC Landscapes have installed a 4 metre long skid ramp using recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking from Replas on a composite fibre structure. The storage facility is also surrounded by 20 Brolga Bollards fencing with a galvanised rail 30 metre in length. Enduroplank™ is [...]
Glenelg Shire Council, in Victoria, have installed recycled plastic Brolga Bollards in Portland at the boat ramp and car park area. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender. With an elegant profile and is equally at home in coastal or wetland areas. The unique double wall construction [...]
New South Wales Sport and Recreation at Point Wolstoncroft have replaced a timber boat ramp with recycled plastic Enduroplank™. The ramp needed to be very durable and as maintenance free as possible due to the water environment. “These products are easy to work with and great to see plastic waste being used,” says Mitch Hawthon [...]
When staff at Federation Council, NSW chose to install new park furniture at Lake Mulwala, they looked for products with a reputation for longevity and resistance to vandalism. They also wanted fixtures with uniformity of appearance that would serve to enhance the park’s ambience. They chose Replas products, installing a range of recycled on the [...]
Narrandera Shire Council wheel stops at the Lake Talbot boat ramp have been thriving, creating easy access and parking for tourists and residents. The yellow wheel stops are extremely noticeable, preventing damage to any vehicles or the surrounding area. The blue wheel stops clearly mark the disabled area, in comparison to concrete stops in a [...]
On the Redcliffe Peninsula, in Queensland, the local council has found a unique application for Replas recycled plastic wheel stops, using them as a barrier at the edge of a local boat ramp. They take a battering from the harsh coastal conditions and wayward boat trailers day in and day out, but this high performing [...]
A new boat ramp and jetty facility at Palmerston in the Northern Territory looks stunning due to the use of brown Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking. The structure received the President’s Award from the Northern Territory chapter of Engineers Australia for its innovative design.
Storms in Queensland earlier this year smashed many boat ramps. Woodgate beach boat ramp near Bundaberg is undergoing a rebuild using Enduroplank™ recycled plastic decking. The work is being completed by Replas Diamond Club Member ARD Projects.