Premier Settings and Bollards Installed at Templestowe College, Victoria

Templestowe College have installed recycled plastic Free Standing Premier Settings and 125 mm bollards from Replas around their campus. The grey with black 3 supports Premier Setting design offers greater legroom for students. Unlike alternative outdoor furniture which may need constant maintenance, these recycled plastic tables and benches will not split, rot or crack and [...]

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 [...]

Sheeting As Seating At Victoria University: Footscray Campus in VIC

Victoria University is now a proud owner of 30mm white, smooth cream, and off white plastic sheeting from Replas. The Footscray Campus will now have students enjoy a customised recycled plastic profiles to be utilised as seating. Replas sheeting can be sawed, routed, drilled and machined using standard equipment used for timber, and can be heat [...]

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 [...]

Wheel Chair Access Kookaburra Setting Installed at Bald Face In NSW

In a small, community based suburb in the riverside of Blakehurst in Sydney South lies Bald Face Public School.  As a learning community, incorporating students, parents, and staff, the school provides varied and quality educational programs. This caters for the needs for all students at Bald Face. With a strong mission to help the students [...]

Replas Hosts Indigenous Students To Experience Melbourne Along With Recycled Plastic

In April 2017 Brittany Pottinger along with nine other students from Flinders Christian Community College spent ten days at the Woolaning Homeland Christian School, two hours south of Darwin. Their mission was to donate a recycled plastic bench from Replas to the Aboriginal students with their school emblem engraved on the seat! Flinders students and [...]

Coolum State High Shares Their Passion About Recycling

Coolum State High School has installed twenty Replas benches and five Replas settings. This offers students comfortable areas to spend their lunch breaks and a chance to learn in an outdoor environment during lessons. Principal, Chris Dench, said it's a step in the right direction. ‘It's amazing what can be created from our recyclables and [...]

Nossal High School visits Carrum Downs Showroom

On June 1st, Nossal High School students took a tour through our Carrum Downs showroom and educational tour through our 'Bag Cave' that explains all things recycled plastic and Replas. Ben McCulloch, a Replas Sales Consultant, took the students around and explained a bit of the background on Replas. While explaining, Ben gave the students [...]

Showing how we help keep South Australia beautiful

Replas representatives recently attended Adelaide's KESAB Sustainability Expo, a great opportunity to connect with the community and explain what Replas does. Many students, teachers, councillors and community groups attended and learned about Replas, its processes and products. This was a valuable exercise in showing what we offer in relation to sustainable communities, and what everyone [...]

Open University

Students at Federation University in Ballarat, Victoria now have access to two innovative structures made from recycled plastic and composite fibre. Officially opened by Dr Paul Fleming the structures incorporate an access bridge and a disability ramp. Dale Boucher, Sustainability Officer, Federation University, said, ‘The new pedestrian bridge and walkway is a good example of product lifecycle. We [...]

A lasting legacy

Students in their final year at Westbourne College, in Truganina, Victoria have the opportunity to be part of the school’s Enviro Team. The current team decided to create a lasting legacy by developing a sustainable, low-maintenance native garden. Recycled-plastic furniture from Replas was chosen and students continued their hands-on approach by installing the furniture themselves [...]

Springboard to the future

The Centre for Appropriate Technology (CAT), in Alice Springs, works to secure sustainable livelihoods for communities of Indigenous people through appropriate technology. Students at the centre were given the opportunity to work with recycled plastic, creating 20 seats made from Replas slats on a steel frame. Not only are the students gaining valuable practical experience, [...]