Bollard Fencing Surrounds North Narrabeen Reserve in Northern Beach Council NSW

Installed over 3 years ago, recycled plastic bollard fencing stands strong with no deterioration at North Narrabeen Reserve in the Northern Beaches Council in New South Wales. 330 Brolga bollards were installed by Replas Pro Larmans (Land and Road Management Services). The installer and Managing Director of Larmans, Niroop Reddy Keesari said, "the holes in [...]

Nillumbik Shire Council Showcase Recycled Plastic Products at Community Environment Farm

Recycled plastic Lyrebird Benches line the gardens and decks at the Edendale Community Farm in Nillumbik Shire Council, Victoria. This community environment farm's mission is to provide an interactive community and education centre to support sustainable living practices for the whole community. With the installation of recycled plastic furniture around the facility, they have done just [...]

Another Year Another ‘Birth Tree’ Installed with Recycled Plastic Trackmarkers

"We love it and as this is for the children to enjoy for years to come, I think it is important for them to see how recycled items are used and made to last," said Carmen Griffiths of Rotary Peninsula 2.0, of the new 200 mm Trackmarker signs at Montague Park in Frankston, Victoria. When [...]

Recycled Plastic Products Become The Solution for Whyalla City Council in SA

"Australian made recycled plastic products are of a high quality that give the best value for money in many instances. More often than not, they are the most desired option for our outdoor furniture, bollard and wheel stop needs," said Project Manager: Landscape at Whyalla City Council in South Australia, Sam Bourne. Whyalla City Council [...]

Sturdy and Stylish; Replas Picket Fence Installed Around Rockville Oval in Queensland

Recycled plastic Picket Fencing from Replas is the new installation at Rockville Oval, part of Toowoomba Regional Council in south east Queensland. The council required a strong, sturdy alternative to the existing PVC fence which had recently been vandalised. After the vandalism and showing signs of wear after only 5 years, Rockville Oval needed a [...]

Holy Cross Primary School Builds Trex® Deck With Recycled Plastic Kick Rail in QLD

North Queensland primary school, Holy Cross, has recently installed a Trex® Deck with recycled plastic kick rails from Replas. The installation was complete by Replas Pro WIP Construction using a composite fibre structure. Recycled plastic and Trex® material is the perfect fit for the northern Queensland environment as the material will not split, rot or [...]

Premier Benches Surround Kiewa Sandy Creek FNC at Tangambalanga Grounds in VIC

"Kiewa Sandy Creek Football and Netball Clubs have recently upgraded their facilities for spectators and players at the Tangambalanga grounds," said Julianne Edwards, Landscape Projects & Administration for Enviro Culture Services. Kiewa Sandy Creek Football and Netball Club is a family orientated club that takes pride in their upcoming junior players and the facilities they [...]

Recycled Plastic Kimberley Seats Surround Bannockburn Recreation Centre in Golden Plains Shire Council

Golden Plains Shire Council have implemented recycled plastic seating at Bannockburn Recreation Centre in Bannockburn, Victoria. The 3.6 metre Kimberley Seat from Replas gives visitors a durable, long lasting seat made from recycled plastic. The Kimberley Seat features an ergonomic design with a smooth curved back for extra comfort - available in a sturdy in-ground [...]

Barolin Nature Reserve Becomes Home To Recycled Plastic Premier Setting

Barolin Nature Reserve is a large area of natural bush, grassy plains and wetlands right next to the coastal town of Bargara within Bundaberg Regional Council in Queensland. Recently a recycled plastic Premier Setting from Replas has been installed under a shelter, offering a nice shady place to rest while exploring the reserve. The reserve [...]

Kimberley Select Seats Surround The Main Courts At Dendy Park Tennis Club

Dendy Park Tennis Club in Brighton East, VIC is now home to multiple recycled plastic Kimberley Select Seats from Replas. The 10 seats are scattered along the sides of the main courts for players to have a rest. The Kimberley Select Seats offers a modern twist on a comfortable old favourite. The combination of extra [...]

Dubbo City Council Getting Ready For ‘Park Run’ With Replas Bollards

Situated in the central west of New South Wales, Dubbo City Council is getting ready for Park Run activities across the community. Park Run is a growing activity in many councils throughout the nation. Councils like Dubbo have recognised that markers are required to inform participants of the start and finish lines. For markers Dubbo [...]

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 [...]

Lake Mulwala, Surrounded by Recycled Plastic Furniture

When staff at Federation Council, NSW chose to install new park furniture at Lake Mulwala, they looked for products with a reputation for longevity and resistance to vandalism. They also wanted fixtures with uniformity of appearance that would serve to enhance the park’s ambience. They chose Replas products, installing a range of recycled on the [...]

Avoiding hazards out on the golf course

Golfers living in Sydney’s inner suburbs have a superb facility on their doorstep at Strathfield. The golf course there is centrally located and convenient for residents of Concord, Burwood, Canterbury and surrounding suburbs. Recently Strathfield Golf Club took a shipment of 100 mm x 100 mm recycled plastic bollards, which are being installed around drains, [...]

Did you know?

Replas has the technology to recycle car bumper bars that are considered too damaged to re-condition. Mark Yates, Director of Research and Development, said,‘The material is quite good for our process, the residual paint works as a type of filler so nothing is wasted’.

Spot the Kingfisher

A raised boardwalk at the Sea Acres Rainforest in NSW offers easy access to the forest canopy and the variety of birdlife that inhabit it. A very special Kingfisher can also be found among the treetops. Not the feathered variety, but an environmentally-friendly bench made from recycled plastic that is durable and will not be [...]

Curve your boardwalk

At Sandy Cape Recreation Park in Western Australia a boardwalk was built to hug the undulating coastal sand dunes. Constructed in 2010 from recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking the boardwalk offers spectacular 360 degree views of the area. ‘Having the boardwalk there helps to make Sandy Cape a multi-purpose attraction suitable for a whole range of [...]

Brolga Bollard by the bay

Queensland's Sunshine Coast Council has been replacing old, rotting timber bollards with the Replas Brolga Bollard. Recycled-plastic bollards are a terrific maintenance-free investment. They're reasonably priced and once installed they won't need painting, staining, sanding or replacing. This increases maintenance teams availabilities and eliminates the previously high costs of maintaing timber bollards. The Brolga is [...]

2013—The year to go green

Twenty things you can do with recycled plastic Create a funky garden edging Install a super-strong Post and Rail fence Design a seat that incorporates your logo Solve your traffic control problems Replace timber fenders with long-lasting profiles Book our Urban Lounge for your next event Design a sign that will never rot Provide a [...]

Replas appoints new General Manager for Ballarat facility

Replas would like to welcome Mark McClafferty to the Ballarat Manufacturing facility. Mark is a highly motivated Professional Engineer whose technical excellence is complimented by well-developed and proven leadership, management and communication skills. He has a proven track record in delivering well thought out and practicable solutions and is passionate and enthusiastic about the Replas [...]

Enduroplank™ ramps up

After seeing Enduroplank™ on a public launching ramp at Drummoyne, John Vitali from NSW, decided to replace the timber on the boat ramp outside his home with recycled-plastic decking. John installed the deck with the help of his brother-in-law and reports that they found the product quick and easy to install. John no longer has [...]

Leading by example

The team at Hackham South Primary School in Adelaide, SA, is committed to playing a part in building an environmentally-sustainable future and has installed plenty of Replas recycled-plastic products over the past few years, including furniture, signage, retaining panels, fitness trails and a bridge. The school has been a big advocate for the use of [...]

Replace it with Replas

This expression has become the Replas motto, when we recommend products from our range to replace rotten and damaged timber signage, outdoor furniture, traffic control products and decking. Pictured here is the recently refurbished boardwalk at the beautiful Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve in the Northern Territory. The existing wooden structure had become unsafe due to [...]

Official Opening Of Heatherton Park

This is a most unique community involvement project since the creation of the Friends of Heatherton Park and the partnership of Clayton Rotary Club with Kingston Council to turn a former 19.5 hectare municipal waste site into a passive recreation area with more to come from future development. Pictured above (L-R) at the unveiling of [...]

Councils Get Close To Recycled Plastic Range

The spider trailer has been out and about during March/April. Many council workers now have a better understanding about recycled plastic products. Recycled plastic products meet sustainability criteria in that they are environmentally sound, reduce the use of timber resources and reduce material going to landfill. With a large range on offer and the long [...]

Hume Council’s Eco Pad

The recycled bollards pictured above compliment a solar BBQ along with the use of water efficient grasses to make the park an environmentally sustainable showcase. (Greenvale Reserve, Barrymore road, Greenvale). Tim Goddard said “Hume City Council has used over 700 recycled bollards over the past year with the bollards making a huge difference to both [...]

New Look Seat Grabs Councils Attention!

It’s new, stylish and smart looking. This 100% recycled seat called the Katherine has recycled plastic slats and recycled aluminium ends. The colour mixed can be themed in many ways to suit your independent style or councils requirement.