Snowy Monaro Regional Council Donates Buddy Bench In Local School Competition

In 2018, Snowy Monaro Regional Council in New South Wales asked primary students in the Bombala and Delegate areas to produce artwork which would encourage the community to reduce waste and increase recycling. Students could either draw or paint a design that would help to spread the message of reduce, reuse and recycle. "The successful [...]

An Enduroplank™ Skid Ramp and Brolga Bollard Fencing Installed in Northern Beaches Council

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 [...]

Renmark Paringa Council CEO Shows Replas Installed Recycled Plastic Products Around Town

At the 2019 LGA Roads and Works Conference in South Australia, Replas Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Jacobsen, met with Tony Siviour, CEO of Renmark Paringa Council. Tony took Mark around the town to show him all of the recycled plastic products that have implemented in the councils district. "We're here at the Roads and [...]

Fairbairn Park Ramps Up Recycled Plastic Decking With New Swale Bridge Install

Replas Pro SR Engineering recently installed a recycled plastic decking swale bridge for Moonee Valley City Council in Victoria. The Enduroplank™ structure, with composite fibre and recycled plastic profile kick rails, gives visitors of Fairbairn Park a less muddy route from the car park to the field to the multi purpose pavilion. Recycled plastic Enduroplank™ [...]

Nillumbik Shire Council Showcase Recycled Plastic Products at Community Environment Farm

Recycled plastic Lyrebird Benches line the gardens and decks at the Edendale Community Farm in Nillumbik Shire Council, Victoria. This community environment farm's mission is to provide an interactive community and education centre to support sustainable living practices for the whole community. With the installation of recycled plastic furniture around the facility, they have done just [...]

Furniture Surrounds Richmond Park in Snowy Valleys Council New South Wales

Big benches, Premier Settings and Kimberley Seat are installed at Richmond Park in Tumut, New South Wales in Snowy Valleys Council. The recycled plastic products from Replas have been in place for many years looking just like new. Big benches are popular in social, public areas, available in two generous sizes and the option to [...]

Another Year Another ‘Birth Tree’ Installed with Recycled Plastic Trackmarkers

"We love it and as this is for the children to enjoy for years to come, I think it is important for them to see how recycled items are used and made to last," said Carmen Griffiths of Rotary Peninsula 2.0, of the new 200 mm Trackmarker signs at Montague Park in Frankston, Victoria. When [...]

Furniture, Bollards and Profiles Fit In at Moira Shire Council in Victoria

"We will continue to use Replas furniture into the future as it is an easy to use product that is stylish and hard wearing - something councils love," said Allan Ralph, Leading Hand Operations at Moira Shire Council in Victoria. Moira Shire Council have recycled plastic products installed throughout the municipality including furniture, bollards and [...]

Over Two Thousand Bollards Installed at Mount Coot-tha in Brisbane QLD

Brisbane City Council have recently completed the latest stage of upgrades at Simpson Falls day use area, part of the Mt. Coot-tha Forest. A Brisbane icon, this 15 minute drive west of the CBD forms a backdrop for the city and is the area's largest natural area. Installed in and around the forest are recycled [...]

Custom Seating From Recycled Plastic Profiles Installed Alongside Lake Mulwala

Alongside Lake Mulwala and the main street of Yarrawonga are custom seats made from Replas recycled plastic profiles. Moira Shire Council have created a new, creative design to incorporate recycled plastic products through their municipality. Profiles from Replas comes in a range of colours, widths and lengths and are available in either rectangular or square. [...]

Toowoomba Regional Council Continue Recycled Plastic Product Installation at Cooby Dam Wall

Toowoomba Regional Council have recently installed several Premier Settings and Kakadu Seats at the Cooby Dam Wall day use area. The recycled plastic furniture from Replas is in addition to the several hundred Brolga Bollards that have been installed over the past two years. Replas Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design [...]

Recycled Plastic Bollards Surround Historic Warwick Railway Station Honorary Park

Southern Downs Regional Council in South East Queensland built a new park outside the Warwick Railway station in honour of Billy Hughes (PM of Australia). Surrounding the park are recycled plastic 100 mm Bollards from Replas. The robust 100 mm bollards have a pyramid shaped top, a routed collar and four holes in the base [...]

Brolga Bollards Line Portland Boat Ramps and Car Parks in Glenelg Shire Council

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 [...]

Recycled Plastic Kimberley Seats Surround Bannockburn Recreation Centre in Golden Plains Shire Council

Golden Plains Shire Council have implemented recycled plastic seating at Bannockburn Recreation Centre in Bannockburn, Victoria. The 3.6 metre Kimberley Seat from Replas gives visitors a durable, long lasting seat made from recycled plastic. The Kimberley Seat features an ergonomic design with a smooth curved back for extra comfort - available in a sturdy in-ground [...]

Victoria Street in Collingwood Showcases Custom Seating From Recycled Plastic Profiles

Yarra City Council have several installations of recycled plastic products throughout their municipality, including Victoria Street in Collingwood, VIC. Using 40 mm black rectangular profiles, Yarra City Council have created custom black benches and seats made from recycled plastic. Profiles from Replas can be made into a variety of products such as litter bins, seating, [...]

Barolin Nature Reserve Becomes Home To Recycled Plastic Premier Setting

Barolin Nature Reserve is a large area of natural bush, grassy plains and wetlands right next to the coastal town of Bargara within Bundaberg Regional Council in Queensland. Recently a recycled plastic Premier Setting from Replas has been installed under a shelter, offering a nice shady place to rest while exploring the reserve. The reserve [...]

Settings And Seats Surround The Bull Paddock Sportsground In Snowy Valleys Council NSW

The Bull Paddock Sportsground received a grant from the NSW Stronger Country Communities Fund for essential upgrades to a few of their playing fields last February. Located in Snowy Valleys Council, The Bull Paddock is now home to recycled plastic furniture from Replas, Premier Settings and 1.8 m Kimberley Seats. The use of durable, long [...]

Yarra City Council Bring Community Gardening Together With Replas Planter Boxes

"Yarra City Council is committed to sustainability and in the development of a Circular Economy for recovered materials. The Replas products are viewed as a practical working example of how procurement can drive a Circular Economy at the local level," said Joe Agostino, Project Manager at Yarra City Council. Installed on the walk ways in [...]

Poppy The Possum Beachcomber Seat Makes Debut In Cumberland Council NSW

"Replas was referred to us by a member of our Resource Recovery team. They had seen the War on Waste documentary and knew we were looking at an outdoor furniture company to create some specialty seats," said Christina Halligan, Children's Programs Coordinator at Cumberland Council in New South Wales. "We had wanted seats that were [...]

Blue 125 mm Bollards Stand Tall in Towong Shire Council in Victoria

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 [...]

Laidley Sports Complex Continues To Install Recycled Plastic Bollards

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 [...]

Mackay Council Becomes A Hub For Recycled Plastic Decking and Composite Fibre

Mackay Council in Queensland understands the importance of having durable, long lasting products to surround their prestigious beaches. Plants Whitsunday is a Replas Pro that continues to install beach access stairs in this area and are doing an incredible job. Combining recycled plastic Replas decking, Enduroplank™ with a composite fibre sub-structure produces a construction that [...]

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 [...]

Dubbo City Council Getting Ready For ‘Park Run’ With Replas Bollards

Situated in the central west of New South Wales, Dubbo City Council is getting ready for Park Run activities across the community. Park Run is a growing activity in many councils throughout the nation. Councils like Dubbo have recognised that markers are required to inform participants of the start and finish lines. For markers Dubbo [...]

Redland City Council Installs Brolga Bollards at W.H Yeo Park in Queensland

"W.H Yeo Park is a huge space with plenty of shade and a great un-fenced playground that has lots of different equipment for children of a variety of ages." At Victoria Point in Queensland lies W.H Yeo Park, where a multitude of Replas recycled plastic bollards have been installed. Priding themselves on their playgrounds and [...]

Brolga Bollards Installed in Victoria Point Memorial Park, Queensland

"What was once a sleepy Bayside village has evolved into one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the Redlands, with a mix of residential, conservation and commercial areas. " - Redland City Council on Victoria Point, QLD. Ern & Alma Dowling Memorial Park in Victoria Point is an ideal spot to enjoy the sunny day in [...]

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 [...]

Out with the Old and in with Recycled Plastic

Moonee Valley City Council in Melbourne  is committed to refurbishing their neighbourhood parks and playgrounds with Replas recycled plastic Garden Panels. A prime example in the use of these panels is at Fanny Reserve in Moonee Ponds, where old timber edging required replacement. Garden Panels are the perfect alternative to traditional wooden sleepers, which in time [...]

In memory

Replas Kimberley Seats are proving very popular with locals throughout Forster and Tuncurry. These seats have been turned into memorials with special plaques inserted into the seat slat, to fondly remember people that have passed. The Lions and Rotary Clubs have in some cases donated the Kimberley Seats to Council.

Step it up

When a previous walkway at Merbein in Victoria, was closed because it was deemed unsafe for pedestrians, Mildura Rural City Council had a vision of what it wanted to achieve with a new structure, but was faced with very a difficult site where access was restricted due to a steep escarpment. Replas was able to [...]

Seats to remember

The 25 April 2015 commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landing at Gallipoli. As with many services held around the country to mark the centenary, numbers were significantly up in Bermagui NSW. The dawn service saw the first use of several new recycled-plastic seats installed at the war memorial Bermagui . Bob Shearing from Bermagui [...]

On the right trail

Recycled-plastic directional signage is proving a hit on the Whadjuk Trail in the western suburbs of Perth. Sally Wallace, WESROC Project Officer at the City of Nedlands tells the story: ‘Replas bollards were selected as they filled our criteria of creating minimal visual clutter whilst remaining functional and assuring longevity. It is encouraging to receive [...]

No cutting corners with the Maritime

As part of the continuing upgrade of their Main Street beautification project, Blayney Shire Council in NSW installed 100 recycled-plastic Maritime Bollards. The bollards were chosen for their sustainability and also for the cost comparison against the equivalent cast iron bollard. Installed on street corners with chains attached, the boundary is designed to channel pedestrians [...]

Beachy keen

Residents of Middleton in South Australia love their beach, but access was becoming difficult due to a deteriorating old timber and chain boardwalk. After researching many products Alexandrina Council chose to install a recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ pathway. According to Bronson Symmonds, Coastal Maintenance Officer from Alexandrina Council the recycled-plastic decking stood out because, ‘This product addressed [...]

Riverwood boardwalk NSW

Hurstville City Council, in NSW, proactively seeks to use sustainable resources for its asset management and procurement projects. So recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ decking stood out as the perfect material to use when it came to rejuvenating a 200 metre boardwalk through the Riverwood Wetlands. Mayor of Hurstville, Cr Con Hindi, said, ‘The use of plastic boards [...]

Ready, seat, go

Walk the Yorke, is a concept developed by the District Council of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia to create a walking experience around 500 kilometres of spectacular cliff, beach, dune and coastal landscape. Not only can walkers appreciate the amazing views, but they will also enjoy a welcome rest on the 20 Beachcomber Seats ordered [...]

Hassle free parking

Liverpool City Council has upgraded their car park at Cantello reserve in Hammondville. Parking is now hassle free, thanks to their new 100mm x 100mm black bollards. The bollards feature reflectors which enhance the dedicated area and clearly separates the footpath from the parking area, ensuring safety for all. Every single robust bollard has saved [...]

Protecting the habitat

Bulimba Creek Catchment Committee is a non-profit community group located in Brisbane, working to protect the environment. When the time came to perform remediation works of the Hemmant Parklands the group decided a Replas boardwalk was needed to protect the local fish breeding habitat. Constructed using Composite Fibre, Black Kick rails and specialised black Enduroplank™, [...]