"We will continue to use Replas furniture into the future as it is an easy to use product that is stylish and hard wearing - something councils love," said Allan Ralph, Leading Hand Operations at Moira Shire Council in Victoria. Moira Shire Council have recycled plastic products installed throughout the municipality including furniture, bollards and [...]
"This pathway takes you along the beautiful Taylors Creek and through 'The Lakes' Reserve, here you can stop to enjoy the bird life, view community art work or maybe have a workout on the fitness stations." Located along the creek are Replas recycled plastic products including a plank sign and furniture. 'Proudly adopted by the [...]
Replas Kimberley Seats are proving very popular with locals throughout Forster and Tuncurry. These seats have been turned into memorials with special plaques inserted into the seat slat, to fondly remember people that have passed. The Lions and Rotary Clubs have in some cases donated the Kimberley Seats to Council.
The Launceston City Council in Tasmania, recently unveiled a new viewing deck on the Tamar River which features an Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic deck. Taking pride of place on the deck is a Beachcomber seat which was custom designed by Replas for the Lions Club of Riverside. Launceston Mayor Albert van Zetten said, ‘Council officers wanted something [...]
A Tasmanian Lions Club member noticed disabled residents at Hobblers Bridge complex were forced to sit on a bluestone wall while waiting for taxis and busses. Concerned that this cold, damp seating solution was not good for residents’ health, Riverside Lions Club donated a Beachcomber seat to St Michaels Association. The seat features the Lions [...]