Hastings $1.6m Boat Ramp Project Includes Recycled Plastic Speed Humps from Replas

Mornington Peninsula Shire celebrated the completion and opening of the upgraded $1.6 m Hastings Boat Ramp project delivering a four ramp facility extending deeper into the bay, with the help of recycled plastic Speed Humps from Replas. Speed Humps are flexible enough to allow conformity to slight irregularities in the pavement surface, yet are strong [...]

Recycled Plastic Product Supporters ‘Baxter Barn’ Installs Speed Humps

Baxter Barn is situated on the property of Sages Cottage, 34 acres of heritage listed tranquillity, only 40 minutes away from Melbourne CBD. This historic venue is overflowing with rustic essence, nature filled charm, and alluring beauty. One of the most appealing, and upcoming wedding venues in Victoria. Installed in April were recycled plastic speed [...]

Driving Safely in Style

Mercedes-Benz Berwick has been recognised as the highest ranking Mercedes-Benz dealership in Victoria for the fourth consecutive year. The company’s choice of Replas speed humps therefore came as no surprise, as quality and sustainability also rank highly at like-minded Replas. To ensure safe working practises at the dealership, service manager Grant McKeown wanted to place [...]

Giving Speedsters the Hump in Maitland Park

Replas speed humps are an easy-to-install and very visible means of controlling traffic in parks and public driveways.  Maitland City Council recently installed a series of yellow speed humps  in the thoroughfares at Maitland Park, after speeding vehicles became an issue. Effective in reducing speeds in such areas, these speed humps are made from durable [...]

Warren Base Hospital

To help with traffic control our bright yellow Speed Humps have been installed outside the Ambulance station. And picnic settings have been placed in the hospital grounds for convalescing patients and visitors to relax under the shade of the facility’s well-established trees. Warren Shire boasts many internationally renowned Merino studs, including Haddon Rig, Raby and [...]

In the Beach Car Park, Speed Humps do their Job

Many years ago now, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service installed Replas speed humps in the car park at Birdie Beach near Lake Macquarie. Like all Replas products made from recycled plastic diverted from landfill, they were recently inspected for wear and tear, and found to have survived intact and effective as traffic-calming devices. [...]

Replas hits the road

Over 100  recycled-plastic speed humps were installed in an industrial complex in Carrum Downs, Victoria, to slow down traffic travelling through the complex. 12 months after installation these grey speed humps are performing perfectly and without any maintenance are still looking as good as the day they were installed.

Murray Shire Council opens new skate park

After three years of fundraising and obtaining grants, Murray Shire Council and skate park committee, VIC, were delighted to finally open their new skate park, complete with a sturdy new recycled-plastic sign that can handle some potentially ‘rough’ treatment. Bec Hayward, Murray Shire economic development officer, said, ‘We needed a sturdy, long-lasting sign that was [...]

Mighty tough

John Betts from Mitre 10 in Frankston is amazed at the durability of recycled-plastic speed humps at the main entrance. Installed several years ago, John says, ‘We have large trucks, forklifts and vehicles travelling over the speed humps every day and they have stood up very well, very impressed!’.

Mitre 10 launches Replas products at Frankston store

In a world first, Mitre 10’s Frankston store will sell Replas recycled-plastic products, made from its own plastic waste. In conjunction with Replas, Mitre 10 has launched a range of bollards and Enduroplanking™, which will be sold in direct competition to its traditional timber products. ‘We believe that once our customers realise there is a [...]

Take a look at our latest installations!

Cairns City Council, Queensland. The council has recently refurbished their viewing platforms and boardwalks at Devils Hole, Boulders. After Cyclone Larry left a trail of destruction through north Queensland last year, councils and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service used long lasting Enduroplank™ to replace the destroyed timber. Southern Grampians Shire Council, Victoria. The Shire [...]

Tasmania sets the pace

West Tamar Council in Tasmania is a huge supporter of recycled plastic products, purchasing various items from Replas, such as picnic settings and speed humps. These products are perfect for councils as they not only reduce waste and landfill, but they are also long-lasting and far more resistant to vandalism than their alternatives.

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