Viewing Platform and Pathway Edging Made With Replas Products At New Wreck Point Lookout

Recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ has been used on the new viewing platform at Wreck Point Scenic Lookout in Yeppoon, part of Livingstone Shire Council in Queensland. In addition to the Enduroplank™ platform, recycled plastic profiles were used along the pathway edging to separate the gravel pathway from the garden beds. Speaking to 7 News, Central [...]

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 [...]

Playground safety

Dubbo City Council recently installed recycled-plastic garden panels as edging to retain the playground mulch. The setting are very popular with residents and visitors as it gives a good resting spot for lunch or just relaxing in a quite area. The panels achieve the ultimate safety as they don't rot or splinter, eliminating any danger for [...]

Calling all Councils

Shoalhaven Council has used many Replas products in a local park at Huskisson, located between Sussex Inlet and Kiama in NSW. Recycled-plastic bollards and wheel stops are used in the car park to define the area and protect the environment. Profiles were chosen to create the perfect garden edging while Enduroplank™ decking was the ideal [...]

The water’s edge

Replas agent Colin Van Staveren, from Far North Qld Plastics, worked with Cairns Regional Council to produce an edging solution for a local pontoon. What was needed was a material that would stop the boats getting damaged as they pulled up next to it. Colin’s design allowed for expansion and contraction and included press fit [...]

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