Cairns Regional Council Bring A Circular Economy To Coastwatcher Park

"Palm Cove, a unique, quiet and relaxing village by the sea where centuries old “paperbark” Melaleuca trees line the casual esplanade. Palm Cove is a tropical paradise which provides for all of your needs and ensures your holiday will be one to remember in an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication." Located in Palm Cove Qld, Coastwatcher [...]

The Perfect Circular Economy at Cardwell Main Beach in QLD

When walking along the main beach in Cardwell, QLD you will spot more than just beautiful views. Cassowary Coast Regional Council have Replas bollards, exercise equipment, and beach access walkways installed all along the Cardwell Foreshore Pathway. These recycled plastic products are the forefront of creating a Circular Economy, exactly what Cassowary Coast Regional Council [...]

Recycled Plastic Kingfisher Seat Has Best View In Coffs Harbour NSW

In Coffs Harbour NSW, situated on the Coffs cycle way lies multiple Replas Kingfisher Seats looking out into the water. Many residents cycle, jog, and take walks at this platform boardwalk every morning. The materials chosen for the furniture on the deck is the recycled plastic product, Kingfisher. The Coffs Harbour council chose it for [...]

Recreational Park in Sunshine Coast Installs Replas Brolga Bollards

Long time supporter of a Circular Economy, Sunshine Coast Regional Council understands the importance of purchasing recycled plastic products from Replas becoming the true recycler. A recent installation was at Canavan Gracie Recreational Park in the Pelican Waters. Approximately 140 Brolga bollards (some with reflector mods) were installed - a whopping 1,680 kg of plastic [...]

Picket Fencing Looks Good As New 5 Years Later In Campbelltown NSW

Situated in the south western suburbs of Sydney, Campbelltown City Council contribute to the Circular Economy by being avid Replas supporters. After the soft plastics are collected throughout their municipal through the Red Group and turned into Replas products, they drive the demand for recycled plastic products and become the true recyclers. One of the [...]

Post and Rail Fencing at Beautiful Crescent Head Coastline

A product that will not split, rot, or crack from the sea water environment - Post and Rail fencing has been installed along the coastline at Crescent Head in NSW. Along both Korogora Street and Noongah Terrace, recycled plastic Post and Rail fencing has been used in-between the nature strip. The drop-in distance between the split [...]

Bushland Volunteers In Hornsby Council Relax On Picnic Settings

Hornsby Council, North of Sydney CBD, have installed picnic settings at the Bushlands Operations Department for the volunteers that help the council in various projects. Staff at the department also enjoy the idea of sitting on recycled plastic furniture diverted from landfill. Instead of seeing soft plastics scattered through the bushland, they can do sit [...]

Seats and Settings Galore At Harry Boys Playground In Kempsey NSW

Harry Boys Playground in South Kempsey, NSW, has had a few new installations to provide new facilities fir residents and visitors. This includes a new BBQ and Replas recycled plastic products. The seating and picnic settings have been manufactured out of the soft plastic collected from the RedGroup bins at Coles and Woolworths all across [...]

New ‘CLEAR’ Bollard Makes Debut at City of Casey Bunjil Place

The new 'CLEAR' bollard has made it's debut at the Bunjil Place in Narre Warren with the City of Casey. City of Casey have purchased two of these bollards to be used for their Waste Wise event last weekend at the head office. Over 500 kids were exposed to these products over the weekend, amongst [...]

Crawford Square Includes Recycled Plastic Bollards From Replas in NSW

Recycled plastic bollards have been installed around the whole perimeter of Crawford Square in Casino, New South Wales. These bollards now enable the park to be completely secured, eliminating the risk of vehicles entering – either damaging or vandalizing the skate park/BMX track. The minimal maintenance and durability goes hand in hand with the contemporary [...]

Evans Heads Beach in NSW Filled With Recycled Plastic Products

The main beach in Evans Head, Casino NSW has recycled plastic products everywhere! “We have so much recycled plastic furniture in Evans Head because it can withstand the coastal climate,” said Shannon Wheeler, Junior Engineering Assistant for Richmond Valley Council. “The products don’t age or wither, we have seats, table settings, bike stands, Enduroplank™ viewing [...]

Bond University in QLD Installs Replas Bollards and Wheelstops

On the Gold Coast in Queensland lies Bond University, Australia’s first private non-profit university. Recently they have installed 150mm round green recycled plastic bollards from Replas. These bollards have a chain barrier between the pedestrian walkway and the car park for student and faculty vehicles. Along side these new recycled plastic bollards are hundreds of Replas [...]

Replas Heads To Frankston Business Networking Night 2017

On Tuesday December 11th, Director Mark Jacobsen and VIC Customer Service Rep Chris Smith went to the 2017 Frankston Business Networking Night at Sages Cottage Farm Baxter. At this event, our Replas staff can go and meet like-minded business people, establish relationships, grow the business, and network with people in the Greater Frankston area. On [...]

Picket Fencing Installed By SR Excavations at Bass Coast Shire Council

Bass Coast Shire Council have installed new Replas picket fencing by Victoria Replas Pro SR Excavations. The owners in the area are so excited that they now have a fully functioning fence that is made from recycled plastic! Picket fencing that is durable and long lasting will help both Bass Coast Shire Council and residents [...]

Nick Wakeling Tours the REC to Discuss Sustainable Communities for the Future

Nick Wakeling, Shadow Minister for Environment and State Member for Ferntree Gully, Victoria, met with Replas at the Replas Environmental Center  (REC) in Carrum Downs Victoria. The REC is a learning tour that explains the benefits of using Replas products around communities. With plastic use on the rise and the Chinese National Sword program blocking [...]

12 Year Old Bollards/New Track Marker Signs On Magnetic Island, QLD

Alma Bay Magnetic Island in Queensland is known for it's small but beautiful 150 m beach. Facing east, with two prominent granite headlands running out for 300 m on either side of the beach. This spot now has 8 new recycled plastic Track Marker signs, assisting the public with signage for rest rooms, fishing regulations, [...]

Efficiency Meet Sustainability – Pre-Fabricated Bridge System Installed in Altona, VIC

The first instalment of Replas Pre-Fabricated Bridge System has taken place at Cherry Creek in Altona, Victoria. This bridge was built off site at the Replas factory and relocated on the same day, making it a one-day removal process compared to building on site. Leading to no pedestrian traffic delays and a huge cost saving [...]

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