4 Mile Beach in Douglas Shire Council Include Recycled Plastic Products On Foreshore

4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas has an array of recycled plastic products from furniture to garden products to bollards. Part of Douglas Shire Council, recycled plastic products will not rot or rust in the salt water environment. Premier Settings offer greater legroom thanks to the clever design of the bench and table supports. Garden [...]

TerraCycle Competition Winners Install Replas Garden Products and Seating To Their Schools

"We had previously worked with Replas and had a great experience," explains Sarah Mouatt, Operations Manager at TerraCycle. "They were very knowledgeable and easy to work with. This combined with their great quality products meant that they were our first choice when choosing a manufacturer for our new project," continued Sarah. TerraCycle is an environmental [...]

Centenary Park Is Filled With Recycled Plastic In Buloke Shire Council VIC

Buloke Shire Council is no stranger to recycled plastic products, installed throughout their municipality. At Centenary Park in Wycheproof VIC there is recycled plastic furniture, garden panels, exercise equipment and more. Replas fitness trails are unique, outdoor, self-guided exercise systems that are user and environmentally friendly. The fitness equipment provides local government, schools, and municipal [...]

Replas Products Surround Trangie Central School Courtyard And More

Re-fit exercise equipment, Beachcomber Seats, and Garden Panels – Trangie Central School knows how to Close the Loop using recycled plastic products! "We chose Replas for the seating outside the front of our school for a number of reasons. The position is in a very unprotected spot in the playground and we thought that the [...]

Cairns Regional Council Bring A Circular Economy To Coastwatcher Park

"Palm Cove, a unique, quiet and relaxing village by the sea where centuries old “paperbark” Melaleuca trees line the casual esplanade. Palm Cove is a tropical paradise which provides for all of your needs and ensures your holiday will be one to remember in an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication." Located in Palm Cove Qld, Coastwatcher [...]

Aboriginal Park Uses Recycled Plastic for Boomerang Playground in PTLALC

"Purfleet/Taree Local Aboriginal Land Council (PTLALC) acknowledges the traditional custodians of our boundaries. The Biripi, we pay our respects to elders past and present." PTLALC has installed a playground area in Purfleet NSW shaped like a boomerang out of Replas recycled plastic garden panels. Using recycled plastic garden panels is a great asset to the [...]

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 [...]

The Children are Safe and Content with some Replas Help

At St Peters Community Child Care Centre in Adelaide, The children are certainly getting the most out of their new recycled plastic garden panels and plank benches. The garden is growing, while the seating provides a shady repose for children and carers, also forming a mini-amphitheatre for the children to congregate. Before Replas supplied these [...]

Replas Garden Panels give new plantings the perfect protection

When Newcastle City Council undertook a tree planting program in the suburb of Beresfield, they  used Replas garden panels to surround their valuable plantings. These substantial pieces of recycled plastic proved highly effective in containing the mulch and protecting the delicate root system, ensuring the trees would get a good start on life and quickly [...]

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 [...]

Stepping Up

The City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, in South Australia, cleverly used recycled-plastic garden panels from Replas to create these stairs at Stepney. The garden panels not only blend in beautifully with the environment, but also provide a strong, lasting solution as they will not rot, split or crack.

Child’s play

North Mandurah Primary School in WA purchased a combination of black and grey recycled-plastic garden panels to surround their play equipment. Nathan Hughes, Deputy Principal at the school said they chose Replas because there were, ‘No other sensible options’. According to Nathan, as well as retaining the sand effectively, the panels provide, ‘a softer and more long lasting [...]

Cairns Council

Cairns Regional Council trialled a number of alternative products to retain playground soft fall material, but chose Replas Garden Panels as they found them to be the most suitable. John Burton, Senior Project Officer at the council said, ‘The panels are quick and easy to install and allow for easy repositioning should there be any [...]

Rowellyn Park Primary

A sandy embankment along a path was causing a slip hazard at Rowellyn Park Primary School in Carrum downs, Victoria. Sand movement and embankment erosion, particularly when it rained, led to the path being covered in sand which then caused the drains to become clogged making life difficult for Alf Lattin, Maintenance Manager at the [...]

New use for an old favourite

As Replas, we’ve noticed that large profiles are frequently selected for not only coastal applications, but also inland. Shown here are the 175mm x 75mm profiles used as retaining walls at a playground in Karingal’s Ballam Park. Given that Replas profiles are designed to withstand the rigours of a marine environment, they will last twice [...]

Council not sitting on fence when it comes to beaches

Randwick City Council is one of many New South Wales councils that are embracing Replas’ products. Shown here are our 145mm recycled-plastic bollards used at Yarra Bay in La Perouse, as both fencing and a beach walkway. The council has also used recycled-plastic bollards in many other beachside applications, including Coogee Bay.

Home work

Replas employees are so passionate about the range of products on offer, they can’t help taking their work home with them! They also know how easy it is to maintain Replas’ recycled-plastic retaining panels, shown here in a team member’s garden. The panels are easy to mow and snip around, as there’s no risk of [...]

Toowoomba goes splinter-free

Take a look at the excellent terrace refurbishment around the Toowoomba Sports Ground! Previously terracing was cut into the earth bank, however erosion over the years called for an urgent replacement. Rather than recut the bank, Toowoomba Council decided to build the terracing with Replas retaining panels. Recycled plastic was the preferred choice over timber, [...]

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