A recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking beach accessible platform still holds its structure outside North Narrabeen Beach Surf Club in New South Wales. This durable, long lasting decking product from Replas is used for both pedestrians and quads for surf life saving equipment access to the beach. The Enduroplank™ also assists with erosion issues and gives [...]
10 years ago, Bellerive Yacht Club in Hobart, Tasmania installed recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ and profiles for seating along their dock. The recycled plastic products from Replas, still looking as new, have not corroded, cracked or split from the marine environment. Enduroplank™ is a sturdy, low maintenance decking product that provides an ethical alternative to [...]
Not only is beach access important for people, it's also important for beach buggies. Rockdale City Council recently installed an Enduroplank™ which has been a great success with visitors, particularly buggy drivers. Located near the Georges River Sailing Club in Sandringham, Sydney, this recycled-plastic decking offers an ethical alternative to traditional timber. Diners at the [...]
When it came to updating the deteriorating timber at Kings Pier Marina, the Tasmanian Ports Corporation (Tasports) decided that Replas’ recycled plastic fenders were the ideal choice. As the marina is a popular berthing facility, Tasports needed a product that wouldn’t detract from the natural beauty of the area. Tasports secured the fenders to steel [...]
This new recycled plastic bollard was a replica from the traditional old marine metal bollard. The special bollard is priced to impress!
The marine ply wood used in many tram shelter roofs throughout Melbourne only lasted about 2 years before the roof needed major repairs. Thiess set out to find a product that looked good, was functional and would be maintenance free for at least 10 years. Repeat Products had the solution and designed a roof panel [...]