Recycled Plastic Products Installed Throughout NSW Country Town Moama Along The Murray River

Echuca, Moama is home to a variety of recycled plastic products from Replas. Including seat around the Murray, and through the municipality. Kakadu Seats have been installed for many years for visitors and locals to enjoy the beautiful scenery in country New South Wales. The Kakadu Seat is a straight-back seat with graceful sculptured supports [...]

All Ability Accessible Canoe/Kayak Platform Launches in Mathoura, NSW

On Monday December 3rd, International Day for People with a Disability, Edward River in Mathoura NSW celebrated their All Ability Accessible Canoe Platform Launch. "Innovation and recycling from the Moama community have coalesced for a game-changing new facility that brings kayaking to people with limited mobility," explained the Riverine Herald in NSW.  Installed back in July [...]

Woolworths Installs Recycled Plastic Seats In Australian Stores

More seats are being installed at Woolworths across Australia containing the soft plastics collected through the RedCycle Program. When customers drop off their recycled soft plastic in the Red Cycle bin, it is then collected by Replas and made into recycled plastic seating! Woolworths is determined to 'Close the Loop' by driving the demand for [...]

Resort Ready

High View Waters Resort in Moama NSW has been designed to complement the natural beauty of the area. With the resort in the final stages of construction it was important to select infrastructure products that were sympathetic to the surrounds. Recycled plastic signage, bollards, wheel stops, marker posts and valve surrounds were chosen by the [...]

Digging Deep

Deep Creek Marina in Moama, NSW, is undergoing an 18 month refurbishment that when complete will feature over 1000 brown recycled-plastic bollards saving the equivalent of more than two million plastic bags from landfill. Stage one of the project was completed in December by Extend Building & Design Pty Ltd and after creating a new [...]

Murray Shire Council opens new skate park

After three years of fundraising and obtaining grants, Murray Shire Council and skate park committee, VIC, were delighted to finally open their new skate park, complete with a sturdy new recycled-plastic sign that can handle some potentially ‘rough’ treatment. Bec Hayward, Murray Shire economic development officer, said, ‘We needed a sturdy, long-lasting sign that was [...]