Replas Prioritises Staff Well Being With Mandatory Hearing Testing at Factory

Replas prides itself on the wellbeing of staff at the Ballarat Manufacturing Centre where mandatory hearing tests were conducted. With safety precautions of social distancing and wearing masks, staff members were able to test their hearing. With most staff at the Ballarat Manufacturing Centre surrounded by heavy machinery each day, it's important to Replas that [...]

Recycled Plastic Decking Enduroplank™ Replaces Old Timber

Sea food restaurant, Hamiltons, in Tuncurry NSW have installed recycled plastic Enduroplank™ from Replas. Because the old timber did not survive, the durability of recycled plastic products around salt water and harsh environments is the perfect fit for this area on the central coast. The walking area between the docked boats have been revamped for [...]

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 [...]

Wyllie Park in Petrie QLD Upgrades to Replas Recycling Plastic Brown Bollards

Wyllie Park runs alongside the North Pine River in QLD with an effortlessly accessible park and outdoor area for locals and visitors. "The park has recently re-opened after closure to remove large Pinus elliottii (Slash Pines), to maintain park safety," explains the 'Feature' Community Magazine. With the removal of dangerous trees and the new planting [...]

Pippi Beach in Yamba Become Coastline Perfection with Replas Enduroplank™ Beach Access

Pippi Beach in Yamba, Northern New South Wales, has installed Enduroplank™ at two of Yamba's busiest beach access tracks, a major improvement in pedestrian accessibility, safety, and environmental protection. Each walkway is approx. 80 metres long, and if the boards were laid end on end, over 4 km of recycled-plastic product was used! The best [...]

Sydney Olympic Park trials Replas Enduroplank™ for an improved boardwalk

In New South Wales, Sydney Olympic Park, an authority known as SOPA have been testing the Enduroplank™ for the possible replacement of the existing timber, colors coming in grey and brown. The Badu Mangrove Boardwalk is approximately 1.5 km in length by 1200 mm wide. It has numerous large platforms and is used by the [...]

Lightening the load

An upgrade to Clive Bridge in New Zealand has cut costs for the council and turned a narrow hazardous footpath into a safer walkway. Using concrete to widen the path would have greatly increased the weight loading on the bridge so the council looked at various alternative materials. Tony Mills, Traffic Engineer, Hastings District Council, NZ said, [...]

No cutting corners with the Maritime

As part of the continuing upgrade of their Main Street beautification project, Blayney Shire Council in NSW installed 100 recycled-plastic Maritime Bollards. The bollards were chosen for their sustainability and also for the cost comparison against the equivalent cast iron bollard. Installed on street corners with chains attached, the boundary is designed to channel pedestrians [...]

Kid safe

At Suffolk Park in Ballina NSW, Replas garden panels have been used to contain the soft fall in the children’s playground. The recycled-plastic panels are not only long-lasting, but have also been designed with safety in mind. Made from non-toxic material, the surface is smooth and comfortable to sit on making it perfect for this [...]

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