Recycled Plastic Furniture and Bollard Signage Installed at Waverley Park Drive Playground Reserve

Waverley Park Drive Playground in Cranbourne North, VIC, have a variety of recycled plastic products installed in their reserve. City of Casey Council have purchased Replas products throughout the municipality and Waverley Park is no different! Kimberley Seats and Premier Settings allow visitors to enjoy the park and picnic area and 125 mm bollards with [...]

Replas Bollard Gate Fencing Installed at Lawson Poole Reserve in City of Casey

Lawson Poole Reserve, home to footy and cricket clubs, has relied on Replas for durable, long lasting bollard galvanised fencing. This City of Casey reserve is surrounded with 150 mm round bollards, fenced with a galvanised rail and gate. The finish on these Replas bollards are clean and smooth and is the ideal solution to [...]

Chain Fencing 150 mm Round Bollards Installed at New Riverfield Estate in Clyde VIC

At the new Riverfield Estate in Clyde, Victoria, recycled plastic 150 mm round bollards with chain fencing have been installed. City of Casey are avid users of the durable, long lasting bollards made by Replas. Another fit for purpose installation in the growing Clyde area. The 150 mm round bollard has a clean and smooth [...]

Recycled Plastic Kimberley Seats Installed in Rotary Natural Bushland Park in City of Casey Council

Rotary Natural Bushland Park in City of Casey Council in Victoria, have installed two grey Kimberley Seats made from recycled plastic. These Replas furniture pieces feature an ergonomic design with a smooth curved back for extra comfort. It’s available in either a sturdy free-standing or in-ground model, in this case, bolted to a cement slab. [...]

Shopping on Clyde Enhanced With 125 mm Recycled Plastic Bollards Outside of Car Park

City of Casey in Victoria have installed recycled plastic bollards from Replas at Shopping on Clyde shopping and restaurant centre. The 125 mm bollards are modified with reflectors and red reflective tape in the routed collar. The robust 125 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. Replas bollards are the ideal [...]

City of Casey Return Old Bollards To Be Re-Recycled Back Into New Replas Products

City of Casey in Victoria have returned older Replas bollards to the factory to be re-recycled after taking the time to clean our the concrete. Off-cuts, damaged goods and alike can be sent back to Replas, melted down and used to create more sustainable products to be re-distributed back into the community. Products that reach [...]

Off White Picket Fencing Installed Around Casey Fields in Cranbourne East, Victoria

Casey Fields in Cranbourne East, Victoria, have recently installed recycled plastic Picket Fencing around one of their many footy and cricket ground. Also installed at Casey Fields are WHeelie Bins with recycled plastic profiles. Picket fencing provides the traditional look around a sporting facility while staying sturdy, stylish, ultra low maintenance made from recycled plastic. [...]

Swale Bridges Installed Throughout Hallam Valley Trail in City of Casey

At Hallam Valley Trail in City of Casey, many recycled plastic swale bridges made from recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking, have been installed for several years. Also, recycled plastic bollards and Trackmarkers are installed throughout the reserve. Swale bridges are a very popular Replas product for Enduroplank™ decking, they are a perfect fit for any environment. [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollard Fencing Installed At Max Pawsey Reserve Carpark in City of Casey

Over 160 recycled plastic bollards from Replas were installed at Max Pawsey Reserve Carpark in City of Casey, Victoria. The high mesh fencing was removed from the carpark in 2015 where the council implemented recycled plastic 125 mm bollards to line the open car space for locals to park their vehicles and utilise the parks [...]

Replas Environmental Tour for City of Casey “Follow Your Waste” Waste Education

On Saturday 15th September 2018, residents from City of Casey visited the Replas Environmental Centre as part of a “Follow you Waste” run by the Waste Education team at Casey Council. Residents were keen to learn about waste management in their municipality and as part of the tour came to learn about what can be [...]

Cranbourne Bowling Club: A Recycled Plastic Product Dream

Located within the City of Casey municipality, Cranbourne Bowling Club is supported with funding from the local council which allows them to invest in Replas recycled plastic products. "Long lasting products that set us up for the future," has explained Fritz Helle, one of the committee members. The recycled plastic products also, "reduces the amount [...]

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 [...]

Setting the scene

The small township of Tooradin is a busy stopping point for those travelling between Melbourne and Phillip Island. Thanks to the Tooradin Foreshore Committee, in conjunction with the City of Casey, the park along the foreshore has received an amazing furniture upgrade that will stand the test of time. Old rotting timber picnic settings were [...]

Smoking ban

Victoria recently passed a law banning smokers from smoking within 10 metres of a playground or a sporting facility, ultimately to protect families, especially children, from the harms of second-hand smoke. As a result, the City of Casey has installed some new signage to ensure the community is fully aware of the changes. Replas bollard [...]

Superior Bollards

Ask Wayne Hancock from the City Of Casey about recycled plastic bollards and he will say “Unbreakable and maintenance free”.  Over 3000 bollards have been installed in the last two years. SNEAK PREVIEW: Not yet released, but something special. The Monash bollard is on the way! Another Monash environmental initiative – update to follow !

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