Shark and Sea Lion Custom Beachcombers Line The Front Office of Calypso Star Charter in SA

The team at Calypso Star Charter and Louth Bay Jetty in South Australia have installed custom recycled plastic Beachcombers for their customers and visitors to enjoy. "We chose Replas as we wanted to do our bit to create demand for the many bag fulls of soft plastics we recycle from our operations," said Andrew Wright, [...]

South Australia’s First Recycled Plastic Cardboard Box Holder Installed In St Clair Coles

The first Cardboard Box Holder from Replas has been installed in South Australia at the St. Clair Coles. Replas has fabricated a 100% post consumer cardboard box holder made from 70% coloured bottles collected through household kerbside recycling and 30% soft plastics collected from Coles supermarkets through the REDcycle program. Customers are encouraged to take [...]

Replas Podium Signs Installed By Balaklava Area Committee in Wakefield Regional Council SA

Balaklava Area Committee in Wakefield Regional Council, South Australia, have recently installed 3 recycled plastic podium signs for the Verco Bros Flour Mill, Virgo Saleyards/Balco Office and Balaklava Courthouse. Di Taylor, member of the committee, has said, "the podiums have been received with a welcome response of appreciation.  These are the first podiums to be [...]

Campbelltown City Council SA Install Post and Rail Fencing Using Recycled Plastic Bollards from Replas

Campbelltown City Council in South Australia were looking for a cost effective way to replace the old treated pine barriers along the Fourth Creek catchment as part of the city beautification works. Replas Post and Rail Fencing, using 125 mm bollards, were used to replace the existing installation. Nearly 200 metres of this post and [...]

Lions Meeting Discussion In Victor Harbor, SA With Replas South Australia Team

The Replas SA Team had a presentation in Victor Harbor to discuss the Circular Economy and future projects in the area. Robbie Westley is pictured with Joh McCallum, Treasurer, Greg Davis, Lions Park Chairman and Graham Philip, Mayor for City of Victor Harbor. The Lions Meeting discussed possibilities of a new viewing platform in the [...]

Kapunda Duck Pond Viewing Platform in South Australia Replaced With Recycled Plastic Decking

Davison Reserve, home of the Kapunda Duck Pond in South Australia, had an existing viewing platform/deck that was in a state of decay after many years of service from the current timber structure. The timber had rotted and cracked and needed regular maintenance. The permapine piles were still in serviceable condition and Replas Enduroplank was [...]

President of Australian Local Government Association Catch Up With Replas At Roads and Works Conference

President of Australian Local Government Association, David O'Loughlin, caught up with Replas Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Jacobsen, and South Australia State Manager Robbie Westley at the 2019 LGA Roads and Works Conference in Renmark, South Australia. David, Mark and Robbie discussed the importance of the Circular Economy, the current waste industry challenges and creating [...]

Renmark Paringa Council CEO Shows Replas Installed Recycled Plastic Products Around Town

At the 2019 LGA Roads and Works Conference in South Australia, Replas Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Jacobsen, met with Tony Siviour, CEO of Renmark Paringa Council. Tony took Mark around the town to show him all of the recycled plastic products that have implemented in the councils district. "We're here at the Roads and [...]

Cadia Group Stops By The Replas Stand At LGA Roads and Works Conference

Matthew Barron, the area Sales Manager for VIC, TAS, and SA, from Cadia Group stopped by to chat with Replas at the 2019 LGA Roads and Works Conference in Renmark, South Australia. Cadia Group specialises in the utility market, including water board, council, civil contracting, plumbing and electrical sectors. Cadia Group has worked with the [...]

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 [...]

Replace It With Replas! Nunyara Aboriginal Health Services Install Recycled Plastic Furniture

Nunyara Aboriginal Health Services had slated wood benches that were continually being repaired outside of their Health Services office in Whyalla, South Australia. Looking to replace their old, tired timber benches, the team decided to choose Replas, "because of the fact that it is a recycled product and it's sturdy and attractive," explained Jane Baulderstone, [...]

SA School Has Saved Almost 1 Million Pieces of Plastic Packaging from Landfill!

Over the years, Elizabeth Vale Primary School in South Australia have installed more than 8 different products from Replas, totalling to over 70 recycled plastic products! Elizabeth Vale PS is the first school in SA to replace all of their outdoor furniture with products made from recycled plastic. This school has truly 'walked the walk' [...]

Prospect Primary School Newly Installed Buddy Bench From Local Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Prospect in South Australia have generously donated a Replas Buddy Bench to Prospect Primary School on behalf of a late teacher. Read the full story here: "Our Buddy Bench is creating quite a bit of interest with many Fellow Rotarians. We had a request from the Prospect Primary School to fund a [...]

A Twist On Dog Agility – Students Collect Plastic For Goat Agility

The Youth at the Zoo group (YATZ) recently turned soft plastic packaging into Goat Agility for Adelaide Zoo! More known for being 'dog agility' installed in dog parks around Australia, YATZ knew this product could be helpful at the zoo. “We were able to raise awareness of the importance of recycling soft plastic in our [...]

Sheeting makes a statement

With a little imagination recycled-plastic sheeting can produce spectacular results. Sheeting was used at the Anderson Court Adventure Park in SA to create a range of interesting and vibrant structures. Erica Vidinis, Landscape Architect, Campbelltown City Council, SA, said ‘This Project had a strong environmental focus and Council were committed to using sustainable materials. Replas' [...]

Before and after signage: a brilliant example

These photos clearly illustrate what recycled plastic signage can do. The old wooden sign had well and truly served its purpose when it was replaced in the first part of 2015. Today the recycled plastic plank sign still looks like new, even better with the routed text and artwork, and the flush-mounted reverse-printed polycarbonate plaques [...]

Recycled Plastic Fantastic at Adelaide Adventure Playground

Replas products feature strongly in the new adventure playground installed by Campbelltown City Council for the younger children in this area of north-eastern Adelaide. The park includes a maze made from plastic sheeting cut into battens and fixed to railings, an arbour walkway that uses the Enduroplank™ for the decking on a composite fibre superstructure, [...]

Beachy keen

Residents of Middleton in South Australia love their beach, but access was becoming difficult due to a deteriorating old timber and chain boardwalk. After researching many products Alexandrina Council chose to install a recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ pathway. According to Bronson Symmonds, Coastal Maintenance Officer from Alexandrina Council the recycled-plastic decking stood out because, ‘This product addressed [...]

Oscar and Ophelia

Two ospreys have spent the past 20 years returning to waters off Ceduna in South Australia, to breed on nests constructed by former oyster farmer Royce Hart. Having replaced the wooden structure six times, when the weather took its toll again it was decided a more durable material was needed. Replas came to the bird’s [...]

Made Marion

The Marion bollard has been specially moulded to create a superb modern look. Made from solid recycled plastic and finished with an attractive bevelled top, it offers the ultimate in super strong fencing and barriers. West Torrens Council chose the Marion to install at Lockleys Oval in South Australia. The council is keen to get [...]

On the Heritage Trail

Nigel Melzner, Manager Community Infrastructure at the City of Port Lincoln was so pleased with his new Replas bollards that he sent us some fantastic photos. 24 of our brown 145 mm bollards were installed along the Port Lincoln Heritage Trail. Stainless steel caps pop riveted to the bollards add an elegant touch and are [...]

Environmental Outlet

The bridge at the Outlet in Robe, SA, faces a daily assault of sea water and salt spray. So it was no wonder the District Council of Robe chose recycled-plastic Enduroplank decking as a more durable alternative to timber. Trevor Hondow, Works Manager at Robe District Council said they, 'wanted an environmentally-friendly, cost effective long-lasting [...]

School exercises its choice for a sustainable result

St Peters Lutheran school in Blackwood, South Australia, chose to install a Junior School Exersite from Replas which is specifically designed for primary school children to provide a safe, effective and enjoyable exercise experience. The equipment and signage are made from durable recycled-plastic. This not only reduces the amount of plastic going to landfill, but [...]

Stepping Up

The City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, in South Australia, cleverly used recycled-plastic garden panels from Replas to create these stairs at Stepney. The garden panels not only blend in beautifully with the environment, but also provide a strong, lasting solution as they will not rot, split or crack.

Recycled-plastic bollards—defining your environment, Saving ours

Recycled-plastic bollards are the affordable alternative to timber. They provide rigid, resistant barriers to define boundaries, or to deter vehicle or pedestrian access. They are also perfect where an economical and simple sign is needed. The City of Charles Sturt, in South Australia, has embraced the use of recycled plastic bollards, installing 167 Signage Bollards [...]

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 [...]

Plotting the next move

Students at Adelaide’s Junior School of Rostrevor College love their new custom-made, recycled-plastic outdoor table, complete with two chess boards. The table has been installed in a shady corner of the grounds, so that each recess and lunch students can enjoy the fresh air, whilst indulging in some fun and mind-challenging chess games.

Schools getting fit

The students at Hackham South Primary School, near Port Noarlunga in South Australia, are delighted with their new School Fit Exersite®. This Exersite® is designed to be used in a class setting by PE teachers, or by others following the easy-to-read instructions on the recycled-plastic signs. This project also included the installation of a sturdy [...]

For work or play, Replas furniture is the answer

Environmentally-savvy students at Hewett Primary School in South Australia are delighted that their school has invested in Replas’ outdoor furniture. The new table settings and benches have been installed in a shady area so the children can enjoy an open communal area, where they can gather to study or relax. By choosing recycled-plastic furniture for [...]

No more splinters

Students from Sutton Town Primary School in Mount Gambier, South Australia, love their new edition to the playground. This Big Bench gives the students a great area where they can just hang out and enjoy their spare time, without worrying about splinters or termites.

Installation Review

Temporary kerbing is made in both straight lengths and a 180 degree curved section. The units can be cut and placed in any position desired to form a suitable configuration. The product can be installed permanently or as a temporary kerb. This board walk meanders over wetlands near Murray Bridge down to the river bank. Fishing and rest [...]

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