On Friday the 6th of September, Keep Victoria Beautiful held their 2019 Sustainable Cities Awards. Replas Marketing Team were there to support Frankston City Council, who were up for an award on their newly installed dog park made from recycled plastic products. CEO Dick Gross explains the awards as,"a much-loved awards program in Victoria showcasing [...]
Premier Settings from Replas line the entrance park on the Frankston Foreshore in Frankston, VIC. The recycled plastic Premier Settings provide a perfect spot for visitors of Frankston Beach to rest, have lunch or to enjoy the weather without being right on the beach. The clever design of the bench and table supports offer greater [...]
"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 [...]
Frankston City Council in Victoria expand their recycled plastic product community by installing new Daintree Seats at Frankson Bowling Club. The Daintree Seat has a relaxed slanted back and is available in a choice of three sizes or can be custom-made to almost any length, making it a popular choice for parks, gardens, offices and pool areas. [...]
"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 [...]
PARC (Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre) have shown off their new cafe barriers out front of the new cafe. The signage before was a rusted/corroded sign to promote the Mount Franklin water, but now the cafe barriers will have the PARC brand facing the pool areas. The cafe barriers are also placed alongside where it all [...]
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 [...]
Frankston Bowls Club in Victoria came back to Replas after the success with previously purchased furniture, decking, and signage. They wanted a unique custom seat to replicate the existing furniture. With this request, Replas has provided a Daintree seat with green supports and grey slats, sleak and modern while still keeping the look of the [...]
In 2014 Baxter Village Bowling Club in Frankston, Victoria was looking for furniture that needed little, if any, maintenance while providing excellent structural support and comfort for members. Fast forward two years and the club has taken leaps and bounds in the right direction towards total seating satisfaction. The facility is now home to 18 [...]
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.
Replas was commissioned by Bayside Shopping Centre, in Frankston Victoria, to create a three way seat. Replas Diamond Club member DFAB built the unit with a steel frame and covered it with brown recycled-plastic slats. Another Diamond Club member,Garry Bos, installed the custom seat and the result is a unique design that needs virtually no [...]
Replas Business Development Manager Peter Patterson recently visited Japan to witness the unveiling of a Replas recycled-plastic commemorative sign to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Frankston, Victoria and Susono, Japan. Two signs were commissioned by the Frankston Susono Friendship Association and one was given to each city to place in [...]
John Betts from Mitre 10 in Frankston is amazed at the durability of recycled-plastic speed humps at the main entrance. Installed several years ago, John says, ‘We have large trucks, forklifts and vehicles travelling over the speed humps every day and they have stood up very well, very impressed!’.
Replas recently produced and installed a series of Enduroplank™ decking boards to recognise the citizens of the year for the City of Frankston in Victoria. Peter Patterson, from Replas, and Young Citizen of the Year, Gabrielle Condello, braved the rain to inspect the recycled-plastic boards.
Centenary Park Golf Course in Frankston, Victoria, is one of the most popular public courses in Melbourne. Not only offering excellent public access, the golf course is also forging ahead in the use of recycled products. Replas benches, seats, ball washer stands, bins, signs and sand containers are just a few of the products dotted [...]
The Frankston Susono Friendship Association on behalf of Frankston Council in Victoria, commissioned Replas to make two custom recycled plastic signs. The Signs commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Sister City Relationship between Frankston and Susono in Japan. One sign has been placed in a garden adjacent to Susono Way, near the foreshore in Frankston. [...]
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.
Recycled Pool Table: Drink spillage can be simply washed of with water, the table can be placed outdoors as the rain or dew has no adverse effect on the structure or playing surface ! (In The Picture Above) The Mayor of Frankston, Cathy Wilson tests out the worlds first recycled pool table!