Shoal Point Installs Recycled Plastic Decking Platform, Furniture and Signage For Beach Goers

At Denman Avenue in Shoal Point, the Mackay region in Queensland, Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday have installed an Enduroplank™ deck platform with two Kimberley Seats, made from a composite fibre structure with profiles lined as kick rails. This recycled plastic platform and staircase can withstand the harsh Queensland marine environment as it will not rot, [...]

Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday Continue Installing Beach Access Staircases Throughout Northern Queensland

At Blacks Beach in Mackay, Queensland, preferred Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday have installed another beach access staircase. The composite fibre structure is accompanied with Enduromesh steps leading directly into the sand from the car park. The sturdy composite fibre structure can be used in a variety of boardwalk and decking applications. The innovative design allows [...]

Cornish College ‘Educate For A Sustainable Future’ With Brown Enduroplank™ Deck Installation

"The overriding ethos of Cornish College is 'educate for a sustainable future.' Using a recycled plastic product ties perfectly into that ethos," explains Tom Humphreys, Property Manager at Cornish College in Bangholme, Victoria. Newly installed at Cornish College for a ramp and deck platform is recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking from Replas. "Our thought was that [...]

Durable, Long Lasting Enduroplank™ Staircase Installed at Grasstree Beach in Mackay Council

Grasstree Beach in northern Queensland is home to a durable, long lasting, low maintenance Replas staircase consisting of Enduroplank™ decking and a composite fibre structure. The recycled plastic material outlasts alternative material that would degrade and rot in the harsh environment. Installed by Replas Pro Plants Whitsunday, this Replas structure will outlast cyclones and will [...]

Steel works!

Recycled plastic Enduroplank™ was chosen as the perfect decking material to complete the Wakehurst Parkway Pedestrian Bridge at Elanora Heights in NSW. Replas Pro installer, Steelworks Engineering, fabricated and installed the bridge which provides an attractive and safe pathway for pedestrians and cyclists. Made from recycled plastics that would have otherwise gone to landfill, the [...]

Something old, something new at Hervey Bay

The Fraser Coast Regional Council in sunny Queensland recently installed some recycled plastic bollards along the Hervey Bay foreshore for use as beach access marker posts. These attractive, high-profile signposts also have a range of instructional and advisory plaques attached that serve to help keep the beach clean and users safe. Alongside one of the [...]

Ferrymead Park Christchurch gets a new footbridge

Ferrymead Park is a multi-use public space in the eastern part of Christchurch with sports fields, wetlands and an important historical precinct. Ferrymead was the site of New Zealand’s first public railway, commissioned in 1863. The wooden boardwalks and footbridges that give public access to the natural part of Ferrymead Park have done their time. [...]

Recycled Plastic Speaks for Itself at a Top Spot on the Murray River

In 2014 Replas supplied the materials for constructing an access structure to two floating pontoons on the Murray River at Fort Courage. This stretch of the river is simply magnificent as it winds through wildlife reserve and state forest just west of Mildura. Home to the Wentworth Angling Club, Fort Courage is the location of [...]