Replas Coasters Made from 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic Bottles and Caps

Replas has released their new coasters made from 100% recycled plastic. The coasters are made from post-consumer bottles and caps with a smooth finish. The coaster dimensions of 90 mm x 10 mm is the perfect conversation starter at your next BBQ or coffee gathering. With an individual price of $4 or $15 for 4, [...]

Dromana Foreshore Signage, Bollards and Drinking Fountain Withstand Salt Water Environment

Green and blue recycled plastic bollards, along with signage from sandwich sheeting have been installed on the Dromana Foreshore by the committee in the area. Regulation symbols have been added to the bollards for rules in the area, along with the blue bollard as a drinking fountain. The robust 125 mm bollard comprises a recycled [...]

Glen Waverley Golf Course Install Signage Throughout Courses With Replas Sheeting and Bollards

Designed by David Gold Engineering, Glen Waverley Golf Course, run by the City of Monash, have installed recycled plastic bollards, profiles and sheeting for signs around the course. Recycled plastic products from Replas are a fit for purpose product for golf clubs as they require minimal maintenance and outlast alternative materials. Replas bollards and sheeting [...]

City of Canada Bay Install Custom Modular Benches, Planter Boxes and Sandwich Sheeting

"The City of Canada Bay was looking for an Australian product that was sustainable and reflected a colourful urban look that could be adopted into various elements in the design," explained Wendy Wright, Landscape Architect for City of Canada Bay in New South Wales. Recycled plastic Modular Benches were turned into storage boxes, planter boxes [...]

Sorrento Benches And Recycled Plastic Sheeting Installed At Altona Beach In Hobsons Bay CC

Hobsons Bay City Council have installed recycled plastic sheeting and Replas Sorrento Benches in their Altona Beach toilets and shower area. The sheeting is used as a barrier for the shower stalls just outside of the toilet rooms, and recycled plastic furniture, Sorrento Benches, are installed inside the changing rooms. Recycled plastic products are ideal [...]

Surfing SA Use Recycled Plastic Sheeting To Create Handplanes For Kids Cleaning Up The Beach

On Sunday 17th November 2019, as part of a local Christmas Pageant, Surfing South Australia encouraged young people to help clean up local beaches by picking up rubbish and trading it in for a ‘handplane’ made from Post Consumer Recycled Sheeting. A ‘handplane’ is a small surfboard used for body surfing and is a great [...]

Replas Talks Recycled Plastic Products with MP at Buy Recycled Conference and Expo 2019

On the 28th October, Sustainability Victoria held their 2019 Buy Recycled Conference and Expo in Melbourne, Victoria. More than 300 industry professionals, including Replas, attended the event for an exclusive look at the latest products and materials with recycled content. The topic of the day was the new Post-Consumer Recycled sheeting from Replas. Made from [...]

Replas Creates New ‘Mud Kitchen’ For Allambie Heights Public School in New South Wales

"The Student Parliament at Allambie Heights Public School voted to replace our school mud kitchen which had decayed and needed to be removed," explains Sarah Swift, Deputy Principal at Allambie Heights Public School. "Students and teachers undertook research to look for a suitable replacement. All the mud kitchens we saw were wooden and we were [...]

Tablelands Regional Council Continue To Install Recycled Plastic Products Across The Shire

"In the photo is our Maintenance Fitter - Macca," says Jacobus Grundling, Coordinator of Parks and Gardens in Tablelands Regional Council in Queensland. "Macca installed all your products be it benches, signs or bollards and he really enjoys working with the Replas gear as it is easy to put together, light and robust." Tablelands Regional [...]

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 [...]

Signage, Bollards and Sheeting Installed Throughout Yarra Valley Grammar

Yarra Valley Grammar has Closed the Loop with installations of recycled plastic bollards, track markers and plastic sheeting. The decaying timber bollards have been and will  continue to be replaced by Replas recycled plastic bollards. Installed by the school maintenance team and in place of the high maintenance timber bollards, recycled plastic bollards are durable, [...]

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' [...]

Recycled Plastic: what will they think of next?

Recycled plastic sheeting can be employed in so many ways that are good for the user, and for the environment. Here a New Zealand concreting company uses cut-to-size 10mm black sheets to form curves and angles in its kerbing work.  Tough, lightweight, easy to handle and reusable, recycled plastic does the job perfectly.  Our recycled [...]

Cutting edge of design

S2 design is an award winning architectural practice established since 2001. They have extensive experience in a range of projects including residential, commercial, interiors, cafe, urban, furniture and landscape design. Replas supplied S2 design with recycled-plastic sheeting which they cleverly used as cladding for a project that provides a best-practice example of environmental living in [...]

Just imagine

With our new range of sheeting colours the possibilities are endless.  ARTAS the architects who designed Queenstown’s Hub in Tasmania made clever use of recycled-plastic sheeting when designing the community centre. Not only creating a striking façade, but one that will last the distance.  ‘We used Replas to produce some collection ‘bins’ for our local [...]

We’ve got the sheets!

Ever wished Replas recycled-plastic sheeting came in a wider range of colours? Well wish no more, the entire colour range has been expanded and for large orders—two tonnes or more—this versatile product can be ordered in the colour of your choice. The panels can easily be sawn, routed, drilled, machined and heat-welded using specialised plastic [...]

Putting a freeze on recycled plastic

The multi-purpose research and re-supply ship The Aurora Australis has refitted its re-fuelling containers with highly durable recycled-plastic sheeting. The ship, which supplies Australia’s research stations in the Antarctic territory, used the sheeting to replace plywood which often warped and perished in the harsh environment and was subject to quarantine issues upon return. A trial [...]