"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 [...]
"I was pleasantly surprised Replas had the range of equipment when I initially enquired, the [Replas] product is ideal for the project," said Craig Miller, Project Manager for Frankston City Council on the newly installed Dog Agility equipment at Ballam Park in Frankston VIC. Replas' recycled plastic Dog Agility Tracks builds trust and confidence between [...]
At Belvedere Reserve in Seaford, Victoria, Frankston City Council has made use of black recycled plastic 150 mm bollards with galvanized posts to create attractive post and rail fencing along the roadside. The fence stretches hundreds of meters around the reserve, its clean lines presenting a subtle yet strong visual barrier between park land and [...]
For some new bollards down at Skye Recreation Reserve, the recycled plastic Brolga was the preferred option. The reserve, owned and operated by Victoria’s Frankston City Council, is a popular facility for football, cricket and a range of other sports. To keep the sporting facility in top condition and to minimise maintenance, the council looks [...]
Replas is committed to community, sustainability and waste reduction. Supporting Overport Park Tennis Club in Victoria with a donation of two seats was a great way to reward a community that recycles plastic through local supermarkets and Frankston Hospital. The club loved the seats so much that with the assistance of funding from Frankston City [...]
Frankston City Council has recently completed a running track around the St Kilda Football team’s training facility in Seaford. Marking the way are some Replas Brolga Flat top Bollards, which provide perfect totem signage, due to their 200 x 100 mm dimensions.
While doing some spring cleaning, Frankston City Council, in Victoria, came across some vandalized signage sitting in their depot. Instead of throwing the plastic signs straight into landfill, the council knew the clever thing was to return them to Replas to be recycled once again. Once reprocessed they can be turned into new signs to replace the [...]
Frankston City Council is at the forefront of sustainable design, utilising environmentally-friendly products within their innovative designs. Replas would like to commend the design team at the council for their inventive use of recycled plastic which they incorporated into a unique Planter-Box Seat.