Templestowe College have installed recycled plastic Free Standing Premier Settings and 125 mm bollards from Replas around their campus. The grey with black 3 supports Premier Setting design offers greater legroom for students. Unlike alternative outdoor furniture which may need constant maintenance, these recycled plastic tables and benches will not split, rot or crack and [...]
"When I first drew up the Landscape Plan, I realised that a few areas needed barriers to steer the foot traffic towards the centre of the walkway. I came across Replas, who supplied bollards, and was very impressed that they were made from recycled plastic and very affordable," explained Lynn Noye, Director at Mowtown Gardens. [...]
At the local Hallam Tennis Club in Hallam, Victoria, Replas Pro SR Engineering have installed green Kimberley in ground seats. Like all of Replas recycled plastic furniture pieces, the Kimberley in ground seat will not split, splinter, or crack like the alternative timber seating - making it an ideal option for parks, gardens, and in [...]
Reid, a suburb of Canberra, is very close to both the Australian War Memorial and Mount Ainslie Nature Reserve. Reid, Canberra, has officially been added to the long list of communities with installed Replas bollards. With the help of installers, All Seasons Horticulture Services, these 125 mm x 125 mm green recycled plastic bollards are now [...]
Life is hard for a city tree. Between the pollution, pedestrian and vehicular traffic, vandalism, and much more, street trees need to be cared for and protected in order to survive and thrive. The production team at Replas has designed a new and improved Tree Guard for a Heritage city tree. By using Replas Bollards, [...]
Back in the days of New Bay City Council, NSW, in 2011 to be exact, a recycled plastic picket fence went up on a public park out Botany Bay way. From the start the new fence drew positive public comment, with its 125 mm square green Replas bollard posts and matching pickets.Today that fence is [...]
On a busy CBD corner in Christchurch, New Zealand a set of Replas bollards still stand where they were put in the early days of the millenium. Following the devastating earthquakes requiring a rebuild that will take many years, these first-generation recycled plastic bollards have stood up to all the seismic activity. The technology involved [...]
When Burnside Council, SA needed to replace an old steel barrier around a local park on busy Magill Road, they chose recycled plastic 125 mm x 125 mm bollards by Replas. Burnside is a leafy eastern suburb of Adelaide with over 2.5 km2 of parks and reserves. Council staff are very happy with the finished [...]
Along the Old South Head Road in Vaucluse, an eastern suburb of Sydney, the Woollahra Council has installed rows of green and black 125 mm bollards where needed for pedestrian safety and traffic control. The black bollards, which by their presence tell shoppers not to park on the grass, include the council’s logo on plaques [...]
Recycled plastic’s versatility makes it ideal for one-off jobs. Wellington City Council needed some extra-visible barriers at the top of a steep pedestrian walkway in Tawa, and wise heads got together. Using green 125mm bollards with 200 x 40mm planks and reflectors fitted, our team came up with the units pictured - effectively narrow plank [...]
If the seating at your bowling club is in need of replacement, Replas has the answer. Over time Karingal Bowling Club in Frankston, Victoria has been periodically upgrading with Replas products. The Club has invested in a range of stylish recycled plastic furniture to replace the tired old timber benches around their greens.With their understated [...]
These Replas 100 mm x 100 mm green bollards stand proudly outside the Middle Harbour 16ft Skiff Club on Spit Road, Mosman, NSW. They have done so for some time now, and still look as new having withstood all the coastal conditions of their exposed location. In supplying these bollards to the Skiff Club, we [...]
These horse trail markers, located in Burbank, Queensland, Brisbane Koala Bushlands, prove that not only is recycled plastic a better option for the environment but they look fantastic ten years after installation. Unlike timber products, the custom-made bollard signs require very little maintenance and will keep their appearance rain, hail or shine. The signs are [...]
Community members just love what Coles, Replas and the RED program are doing for the environment. Send your waste soft plastics to Coles rather than sending it to landfill and help build a brighter future for our children.
On the outskirts of Palmerston in the top end of the Northern Territory, Replas 125 mm square green bollards have been used to great effect to define a pathway and restrict vehicle access near a major roadway. Not only do they blend in beautifully with the landscape, but as they are made from waste plastic [...]
Replas 125 mm bollards were installed at Dungog, NSW, in 2007. Not only did that mean that waste plastic was saved from landfill, but it has also meant the council made a wise investment in a long-lasting product. The colour has not faded and today they still look as green as the grass that grows [...]
Boroondara Council has been using Replas products for several years as they are happy with the product in terms of quality and longevity. When it came to replacing some timber signs that were in dire need of a refresh Chris Hui, Sustainable Transport Officer at the City of Boroondara, says they chose recycled plastic because, [...]
Replas is a regular participant in AGFEST in Tasmania and each year offers a prize of a recycled-plastic seat with the winner choosing a school or organization to be the lucky recipient. Peter Smith was the winner of the 2011 prize and chose to donate the seat to the centre where his wife Susan is [...]
It seems our seats are popular throughout Tasmania. Katie Beer, Manager, Devonport community House Assoc. Inc. said, ‘We find the seats very practical and they still look as good as when we purchased them a couple of years ago. We have had no damage to them at all, which is great news in an area [...]
New Zealand Replas distributor Metal Art has worked with Hutt City Council on many projects over the past few years with great success. When new picnic settings were needed at Avalon Park and the Alicetown Community Centre reserve, Metal Art worked in conjunction with the council to come up with a solution. The addition of [...]
When a parent at St Michael’s in Bassendean, WA, entered the recent Coles competition and won a Replas seat for their school, little did they know it would cause such a reaction at the school. The new seat looked so good compared to the rickety old wooden benches surrounding it that the school decided to [...]
The Darwin City Council has installed Replas bollards in the new Convention Centre precinct on the Darwin waterfront. Recycled-plastic bollards are being used almost exclusively throughout the NT because of their resistance to termites and ability to tolerate the climatic extremes of the Top End.
‘The Dogs Refuge Home receives no government funding and so relies solely on community support to fund its operations; therefore, in any purchase we are looking to make sure it is a worthwhile investment. Not only do the seats look great, but they are very comfortable and durable.’ Nerilie Watson, Shenton Park Dog Refuge. Animal [...]
The Department of Construction and Infrastructure in Alice Springs has used recycled-plastic bollards to fix a maintenance problem at the side of the Alice Springs Court House. What was a place for abandoned shopping trolleys and other refuse is now a well-managed space. Why pay more for timber bollards? To see our latest Bollard brochure [...]
The Community and Early Childhood Development Hub at Bentons Square, Mornington, Victoria, is a busy spot with a Community Centre, Kinder, Connections Uniting Care and Maternal & Child Health Centre. However, there was just one problem— no one could find them! Kim Sadler, Centre Coordinator, Bentons Square Community Centre, says, ‘We were forever having people [...]
Buloke Shire Council, in North-West Victoria, recently purchased some recycled-plastic benches and seats to replace old, weathered seating in Apex Park at Sea Lake. The council chose Replas products because they wanted to support a locally made product and they believe recycled plastic offers a good alternative to the traditional wooden and steel structures currently [...]
Highvale Primary School in Victoria just can’t get enough of Replas’ products. Six months ago, when the school’s outdoor furniture needed replacing, Principal Steve Richards decided our recycled plastic benches would provide the perfect solution.‘We installed the benches near some wooden fencing, and it made the fencing look really bad! Now, we are looking at [...]
After a visit to the Melbourne Zoo, Principal David Baker of Longwood Primary School was convinced that the Replas Beachcomber seat was just what his school needed. ‘After seeing some of your seats with animal designs on them, we felt a gum leaf design incorporating the school name would look great at our school.’ According to [...]
Melbourne’s Manningham City Council recently refurbished the grandstand seating at the Timber Ridge Reserve in Doncaster, replacing old timber slats with 90 x 40mm recycled plastic for a low maintenance solution. Well done to Zac Anver, Manningham’s Sports Development and Liason officer, for his wise selection of recycled plastic.
For over a decade, Parks Victoria has been installing Replas plank signs, Trackmarkers and notice boards throughout the state. Experience has proved that Replas signage offers superior visibility, as the coloured lettering is routed into the planks. Parks Victoria and Replas are confident these signs will remain intact for more than ten years.
Craigieburn Primary School in Victoria has recently purchased some beautiful seats for their ‘Values Garden.’ The six new seats are brightly coloured, and student-friendly due to the rounded edges. Each seat displays one of the school’s six values, serving a constant reminder of the values of Craigieburn Primary, and are now enjoyed each recess and [...]
Replas has now introduced the large Plank sign into its range. This 400mm x 40mm recycled plastic sign consists simply of a single plank positioned between two posts. The planks won’t rot or split, and the routed text is far more visible in bright conditions than painted or printed text due to the shadowed effect [...]
TAKE A WALK ON THE RECYCLED SIDE: Geelong Walks the Talk Greater Geelong’s new waterfront boardwalk represents a creative solution to a range of environmental problems and a triumph in green purchasing. The old foreshore walk was faced with the challenge of coastal erosion which restricted access to pedestrian and bicycle pathways. The new boardwalk [...]
It was approximately 10 years ago now since the first of the Hume settings were installed along the great Hume Highway in the truck stops from Melbourne to the NSW border. Still look's great Today !
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!
The critics are out and the Swan Hill “Buy Green Expo“ was a huge success. Most of the credit goes to Julie and her team that had the approach that nothing was to hard.100’s of visitors took time out to visit the green expo which was held at the Swan Hill racecourse. It was pleasing [...]