ACT Horse Riding Community Install Recycled Plastic Bollards

The department of parks and conservation have installed Replas 145 mm bollards in a large reserve for the horse riding community. These bollards were installed with signage that guides both horse riders and bike trail riders. The markers indicate crossing ahead, trail courtesy, and more. Recycled plastic products were used in this remote location because [...]

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Blue Round Bollards Installed in Baw Baw Shire Council

Installed at the Trafalgar Truck Parking in Baw Baw Shire Council lies recycled plastic blue bollards from Replas. These round bollards provide a barrier between the main road and the garden next to the parking area and barricading certain areas next to the walking track. Recycled plastic bollards are a great fit for any outside [...]

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Brown Bollards Have Replaced Timber at Westaway Park in QLD

The rotting, splitting, and cracking of the timber bollards installed at Westaway Park in Moggill, Queensland, became a real burden to Brisbane City Council. To replace these timber bollards, Brisbane City Council needed a product that would be durable in the climate, low maintenance for the council, and termite resistant. Replas recycled plastic brown bollards [...]

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Golf Club Signs and Furniture Still Standing in Barwon Heads

Installations of signage and furniture are still standing and providing 13th Beach Golf Club golfers with quality benches and informative signs in Barwon Heads, Victoria. Using recycled plastic products from Replas ensures that these signs and furniture will stand the test of time. Durable products with low maintenance allows the staff at 13th Beach to [...]

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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 [...]

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Blandowski Walk In Merbein Looks Good As New 3 Years Later

Nestled in Chaffey Trail, the 46 metre staircase popularly known as Blandowski Walk was constructed from recycled-plastic signage, furniture, and Enduroplank™ decking with a composite fibre sub-structure, offering exquisite views over the surrounding cliffs. Completed back in 2015, this lookout has provided many visitors with fantastic views that follow the river from Merbein through to [...]

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Bollards Installed in City of Greater Bendigo For Resident Safety

The Parks Contractor team in Bendigo needed an installation of bollards for many safety reasons around the area. The parks team, led by Colin Rosa, used 125 mm black bollards made from recycled plastic from Replas. With support from the council on recycled plastic bollards, they have many uses for them as the design lends [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|Blogs|Comments Off on Bollards Installed in City of Greater Bendigo For Resident Safety

Check of Approval For Van Pads In Caravan Parks

An avid caravan traveller, Pam Thorn and her husband, are great fans of the recycled plastic van pads. After using the product for herself, Pam now has all her friends whom she travels around Australia with hooked on the ease of use of the van pad. Unlike timber, this recycled plastic product will not rot, [...]

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Recycled Plastic Podium Sign Display In Lake Wanaka

In Queenstown Lakes District Council there are recycled plastic podium signs at Lake Wanaka. These podium signs from Replas provide and excellent way to display information. The walks around Lake Wanaka have received some new informational signage to provide visitors with a range of information about the environment and ecosystem. The signage, made from recycled [...]

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AIP Members Take The Tour At Replas Environmental Centre

On Tuesday February 13th, AIP members had the opportunity to walk through the Recycling Environmental Centre at the Replas Sales Office. This gave them the latest information on plastic waste, where it's going, and what everyone can do to help. They walked through 'The Tunnel' which shows and explains where plastic comes from and where [...]

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Bridging the Way to a Better Future

Replas Pro - Plants Whitsunday, have installed two bridges with recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ in Whitsunday Council, QLD. "Both the bridge projects went very well, the council was so impressed with the first one that they ordered a second bridge only a brief time after," explains Matt Stokes, Manager at Plants Whitsunday. "The design is [...]

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Kapiti Coast Approaches Sustainability by Installing Enduroplank™ Bridge

Kapiti Coast District Council in New Zealand have decided to take a more sustainable approach and refurbish two bridges in the Kaitawa Reserve with Replas Enduroplank™. The recycled plastic material will outlast traditional wooden products, with the durability and longevity that is recycled plastic products. the KCDC are rapt with their decision to use Replas [...]

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Bond University in QLD Installs Replas Bollards and Wheelstops

On the Gold Coast in Queensland lies Bond University, Australia’s first private non-profit university. Recently they have installed 150mm round green recycled plastic bollards from Replas. These bollards have a chain barrier between the pedestrian walkway and the car park for student and faculty vehicles. Along side these new recycled plastic bollards are hundreds of Replas [...]

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Replas Heads To Frankston Business Networking Night 2017

On Tuesday December 11th, Director Mark Jacobsen and VIC Customer Service Rep Chris Smith went to the 2017 Frankston Business Networking Night at Sages Cottage Farm Baxter. At this event, our Replas staff can go and meet like-minded business people, establish relationships, grow the business, and network with people in the Greater Frankston area. On [...]

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Bangerang Park In NSW Filled With Recycled Plastic Products

Bangerang Park in Corowa, New South Wales, is a hive of activity with many sporting facilities and the main attraction is the Apex Miniature Steam Train. The Apex Miniature Steam Train runs around Bangerang Park Corowa on the first Sunday of the month, weather permitting. Replas recycled plastic seats, benches and picnic settings along with [...]

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Picket Fencing Installed By SR Excavations at Bass Coast Shire Council

Bass Coast Shire Council have installed new Replas picket fencing by Victoria Replas Pro SR Excavations. The owners in the area are so excited that they now have a fully functioning fence that is made from recycled plastic! Picket fencing that is durable and long lasting will help both Bass Coast Shire Council and residents [...]

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Old Timber Replaced With Replas Plank Signs

Livingstone Shire Council in South East Queensland have chosen Replas once again to replace their old timber signs with new long lasting recycled plastic plank signs. The perfect style for this area, Livingstone Shire Council have installed Replas signs in several parks around this area. As more timber rots there will be more Replas signs [...]

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Retirement Village Can Sit In Comfort With Custom Kimberley Seat

Recently a Retirement Lifestyle Village in Tasmania's South contacted Replas about recycled plastic furniture they had seen elsewhere supplied by Replas. Particularly interested in a custom Kimberley seat, this seat was fitted with two sets of arms. One set in the traditional position on the outer ends, and the other 'in board.' This allows the [...]

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Replas Pro Origin Fencing Replaces Old Timber With Replas Bollards

A Replas Pro in Queensland, Origin Fencing, have recently removed the old timber bollards at Keith Payne VC Park in a Brisbane suburb, Stafford. Origin Fencing have replaced the old timber bollards with recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The new green bollards now compliment the Replas seats and drinking fountains that are already scattered around [...]

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Launceston Church Grammar Primary School Has The Replas Works!

Down in Launceston Tasmania, the Church Grammar Primary School is not shy to a Replas product! Surrounding both the primary and secondary school includes multitudes of Replas products. These products include settings, seats, benches, and grand stand seating made from profiles. Have their schools surrounded by Replas products means the future of the school will [...]

By |November 28th, 2017|Blogs|Comments Off on Launceston Church Grammar Primary School Has The Replas Works!

New Replas Pro Indigenous Design Installs Black Bollards

A new Replas Pro, Indigenous Design, located in Research, VIC, have installed over 300 black 125 mm square bollards in the Sommerton Development. Indigenous Design are regularly completing installations for local councils and government agencies. Established in 1987, ID was in response to a growing community awareness of the natural environment's intristic values and an [...]

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Nick Wakeling Tours the REC to Discuss Sustainable Communities for the Future

Nick Wakeling, Shadow Minister for Environment and State Member for Ferntree Gully, Victoria, met with Directors Mark Yates and Mark Jacobsen from Replas at the Replas Environmental Center  (REC) in Carrum Downs Victoria. The REC is a learning tour that explains the benefits of using Replas products around communities. With plastic use on the rise [...]

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1st Cranbourne Joey Scout Enjoy the Recycling Environmental Centre

Hearing about Replas back in September from the 1st Narre Warren scout group, the Cranbourne scout group was very excited to learn what Replas does! "1st Cranbourne had a fantastic time at Replas tonight," said Natalie Kenward, who is part of Scouts Australia. "I have heard from some parents already that Joey Scouts have gone [...]

By |November 21st, 2017|Blogs|Comments Off on 1st Cranbourne Joey Scout Enjoy the Recycling Environmental Centre

Recycled Plastic Picnic Setting Makes Appearance on Lake Mulwala

An unforgettable sight, Lake Cafe & Deck is situated on the shores of Lake Mulwala with amazing views. The picnic setting used on the grassed area adjacent the cafe is made from recycled plastic. Replas ensures it's setting are durable and long lasting, even at times harsh weather conditions, it looks as new. This Replas [...]

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Lacey Creek Walking Path Filled With Replas Enduroplank™ Decking

The 1.5K walking track at Lacey Creek in Mission Beach Queensland is a great example of harsh weather and environment conditions. Replas Enduroplank™ has been installed throughout the walking path, covered in leaves, dirt, and plenty of shoe and tire marks from pedestrians enjoying the beautiful walk. The recycled plastic products from Replas are durable [...]

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Mona Valley Cemetery Installs Bollards and Benches for Visitor Use

Situated on the northern beaches of Sydney is Mona Vale Cemetery. Mona Vale has been a special and sacred place for families in this community since 1905 - with both burials and beautiful memorials. In order to keep Mona Vale Cemetery safe and prestigious for visitors, recycled plastic bollards have been installed in the car [...]

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Recycled Plastic Products Galore in Yarrawonga at Moira Shire

Moira Shire in Yarrawonga is proud to use recycled plastic products throughout their foreshore reserves. Bollards, wheel stops, benches, seats, and picnic settings all line up along the foreshore. Rod McMillian from the Moira Shire explained, “we have been using recycled plastic products due to the maintenance free and long lasting attributes. The products look [...]

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Seating For Albury City Council With The Help From Mars Petcare

“On August 6th, Albury City Council and Mars Petcare joined forces to create a haven for dogs and their owners in East Albury,” explains Rob Sharpe, The Open Space Project Office, about Alexandra Park in New South Wales. With the help of a financial contribution to Albury City Council, they were able to install new [...]

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Fencing Fit For A Mayor At Banksia Centre In Latrobe Council – Tasmania

The local indoor sport, arts, and meeting venue, Banksia Centre in Tasmania, required new fencing surrounding the carpark. Replas bollard fencing went over very well with Mayor Peter Freshney who explains, “the bollards were sourced from Replas for several reasons; they are cost effective, easy to install, visually suitable, and are environmentally sound being made [...]

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Point Lookout Looking Up On North Stradbroke Island in Queensland

Point Lookout Surf Club on North Stradbroke Island in Queensland needed a replacement of their timber deck for vehicle and pedestrian beach access. Due to the harsh coastal environment on the island, Redland City Council needed a decking solution that was durable and long lasting. A floating pathway using Replas Enduroplank™ and plastic profiles was [...]

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Sportsground Barrier Installed With Replas Recycled Plastic Brolga Bollards

William Taylor Memorial Sportsground is filled with as many sporting facilities you can think of! Between netball courts, soccer fields, cricket fields, tennis courts,  BMX activities and more! To protect these grounds from car damage and vandalism, Redland City Council have installed a multitude of Replas brolga bollards. Not only are the recycled plastic bollards [...]

By |October 24th, 2017|Blogs|Comments Off on Sportsground Barrier Installed With Replas Recycled Plastic Brolga Bollards

Redland City Council Installs Brolga Bollards at W.H Yeo Park in Queensland

"W.H Yeo Park is a huge space with plenty of shade and a great un-fenced playground that has lots of different equipment for children of a variety of ages." At Victoria Point in Queensland lies W.H Yeo Park, where a multitude of Replas recycled plastic bollards have been installed. Priding themselves on their playgrounds and [...]

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Kianawah Park Filled With Recycled Plastic Products in Tingalpa, QLD

With a barbecue area, basketball court, cricket fields, and an off-leash dog park, Kianawah Park is the ideal place for families and visitors alike. With so many features and a high profile, Brisbane City Council knew they had to get the most reliable and long lasting products for this area. In comes Replas! With the [...]

By |October 23rd, 2017|Blogs|Comments Off on Kianawah Park Filled With Recycled Plastic Products in Tingalpa, QLD

Brolga Bollards Installed in Victoria Point Memorial Park, Queensland

"What was once a sleepy Bayside village has evolved into one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the Redlands, with a mix of residential, conservation and commercial areas. " - Redland City Council on Victoria Point, QLD. Ern & Alma Dowling Memorial Park in Victoria Point is an ideal spot to enjoy the sunny day in [...]

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Post and Rail Fencing Edged Along ‘The Rise’ Playground in Queensland

"The Rise at Thornlands is a premium master-planned community just 35 minutes drive to the Brisbane CBD and within easy reach of schools, shops, restaurants, sporting facilities, entertainment, and Sirromet Winery." An incredible area, Thornlands in Redland City Council have installed post and rail fencing along the edge of the new playground in the estate. [...]

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Seahaven Park in Queensland Installs Brolga Bollards in New Development

Located less than 2 kilometres from the the beautiful Lammermoor Beach is Seahaven, is a new development in Livingstone Shire Council, QLD. Since they pride themselves on being idyllic, nature-enveloped lifestyle, they have recently installed Replas recycled plastic products in their Seahaven Park. New Brolga Bollards have been installed in this area, adding to the [...]

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Fence Barricade Installed at Deep Water Park in SW Sydney

Deep Water Park is part of Bankstown Council, located in the South Western part of the Sydney CBD. This park is located on the beautiful Georges River in Milperra. This is a great spot for a walk, picnic, or any outdoor activity for visitors and locals. Many have BBQs and take their boats out on [...]

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Daintree Seats Installed in Elrundie, Darwin – 5 Years Later

In the suburb of Royal Park at Durack Estate in Darwin lies Replas bollards and Daintree seats. Visiting Darwin, the Northern Territory Sales Rep, Steven, had noticed both the bollards and Daintree seats have not been effected by either the hot conditions or the termites - a massive bonus for using recycled plastic products in [...]

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12 Year Old Bollards/New Track Marker Signs On Magnetic Island, QLD

Alma Bay Magnetic Island in Queensland is known for it's small but beautiful 150 m beach. Facing east, with two prominent granite headlands running out for 300 m on either side of the beach. This spot now has 8 new recycled plastic Track Marker signs, assisting the public with signage for rest rooms, fishing regulations, [...]

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Fit for purpose and looking good

In all respects, Sydney’s Yarranabbe Park is the perfect spot to exercise the body and clear the mind. Located right on the shore of Sydney Harbour with Rushcutters Bay marina as the backdrop  and the city’s famous bridge in the distance, it’s a place that makes the active Sydney-sider really feel alive. Especially now with [...]

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Mutual support with recycled plastic seating

For more than 15 years the communities of South Gippsland Shire, Victoria have shown their green credentials as fantastic supporters of recycled plastic products. Take for instance the Replas Daintree Seats that you see throughout the district when visiting or passing through. And while this street furniture looks like it was installed just last month, [...]

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Street furniture for the tropics

At Palm Cove, QLD  over 500 of our (145 mm) square recycled plastic bollards line the main street. The 145 mm square black Replas bollards are a feature of busy Williams Esplanade, which runs alongside the coast at this popular Cairns suburb and holiday destination.  Recycled plastic seats are also used at strategic locations along [...]

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The many faces of Enduroplank™

Replas Enduroplank™ has multiple uses and comes in many guises. It can be seen in the form of beach access ramps, decking for pontoons, access points into tidal waters, pedestrian walkways, viewing platforms and even stairways. For users of public outdoor facilities the great practical advantages of recycled plastic Enduroplank™ are its ease of negotiation [...]

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New cricket oval seating is a great catch

There’s some nice new Replas seating around the boundary at Corowa, NSW’s cricket oval. Under the guidance of parks manager Darren Harvey, who is enthusiastic about recycled plastic products, Federation Council installed the Kimberley seats and Premier Picnic Settings in time for the season. And the new recycled plastic furniture has bowled visitors over. It [...]

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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 [...]

By |December 21st, 2016|Newsletter Items|Comments Off on Resort Ready

Who are the real recyclers?

At the end of another successful year the founder of Repeat Plastics, Mark Yates, asks who are the real recyclers? Is it the consumer who deposits their plastic waste for collection, the contractor that collects the waste, the sorting station or material recycling facility that separates the various products? Perhaps it’s the receiver of the [...]

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Showing how we help keep South Australia beautiful

Replas representatives recently attended Adelaide's KESAB Sustainability Expo, a great opportunity to connect with the community and explain what Replas does. Many students, teachers, councillors and community groups attended and learned about Replas, its processes and products. This was a valuable exercise in showing what we offer in relation to sustainable communities, and what everyone [...]

By |December 20th, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on Showing how we help keep South Australia beautiful

Brolga bollards strut their stuff at Skye Reserve

For some new bollards down at Skye Recreation Reserve, the recycled plastic Brolga was the preferred option. The reserve, owned and operated by Victoria’s Frankston City Council, is a popular facility for football, cricket and a range of other sports. To keep the sporting facility in top condition and to minimise maintenance, the council looks [...]

By |December 16th, 2016|Blogs|Comments Off on Brolga bollards strut their stuff at Skye Reserve

It’s a wrap!

A long-time partner in our Hospital Sterile Wrap Recycling program, Western Health was recently announced as a finalist in the Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards. The organisation demonstrates their commitment to environmental sustainability by also purchasing products made from their own waste. ‘Purchasing this furniture creates the 'pull-through mechanism' for more plastics to be collected for [...]

By |November 17th, 2016|Newsletter Items|Comments Off on It’s a wrap!

Enduroplank™ gets a great endorsement

Christchurch City Council installed an Enduroplank™ bridge in Ferrymead Park some 12 months ago. On a recent visit to New Zealand we caught up with the council’s Kevin Williams doing a bridge inspection to assess its performance after a year of heavy use in the popular park. Kevin told us he is very happy the [...]

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