Replas Attends Victorian Waste Management Association Conference 2019

On Tuesday, July 30th, Sales and Marketing Director Mark Jacobsen and Communications Assistant Amanda Mauke attended the 2019 Victorian Waste Management Association State Conference dinner, held at Yarra Valley Lodge, where they had the opportunity to meet incredible people leading the way in sustainability around Victoria. On Wednesday, July 31st, VWMA Conference hosted by Executive [...]

Mount Lilydale Mercy College Continue Their Sustainability Journey With Replas

"In 2017, the College successfully applied for a grant from the Woori Yallock Community Bendigo Bank to purchase and install some equipment to help us on our sustainability journey," said Cathy Pole, Assistant Business Manager at Mount Lilydale Mercy College in Victoria. The installation of Premier Benches and a Daintree Seat really pops around the college! [...]

Albert Park’s Quality Products for The Community

"Albert Park enjoys riverside access and is located in Casino," explains Richmond Valley Council. This park features a rugby union clubhouse, elevated hills to sit and view the games, also extending to many other football fields. An area that is packed with sporting facilities and community members every week, Richmond Valley Council needed products that [...]

Take A Seat – Two Premier Seats Installed in Bass Coast Council Wonthaggi by TS Constructions

Following the successful installation of two Premier seats in Wonthaggi, Victoria, Bass Coast Council has selected Replas products to replace a significant amount of furniture in parks and public spaces. Challenging conditions caused timber seating to rot, “[we had] treated pine timber, but Replas is a more aesthetically pleasing and comfortable product,” explained Tony Dibianco, [...]

Efficiency Meet Sustainability – Pre-Fabricated Bridge System Installed in Altona, VIC

The first instalment of Replas Pre-Fabricated Bridge System has taken place at Cherry Creek in Altona, Victoria. This bridge was built off site at the Replas factory and relocated on the same day, making it a one-day removal process compared to building on site. Leading to no pedestrian traffic delays and a huge cost saving [...]

Australian Institute of Sport Installs Hundreds of Recycled Plastic Bollards

"Discover where Australia's sporting champions are created and gain an insight into the life of our leading athletes." The Australian Institute of Sport located in Bruce, ACT, have installed hundreds of recycled plastic bollards. Situated along the many internal roads through the area. The bollards are to prevent cars from entering specific areas of the [...]

Beaming for the Brolga

Mount Alexander Shire Council in Central Victoria have recently installed new Brolga Bollard and Trackmarker signs for their trails. With a community that is passionate and knowledgeable about sustainability and the environment, they took action. "Knowing we have reduced our impact on the environment is in line with Mount Alexander Shire Councils goals," explains Capital [...]

WINNEWS

New recycled plastic floating pathway for Yeppoon, Queensland.

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 [...]

Safety for all road and shared path users

Buyers of Replas profiles use them for all manner of different purposes, from furniture seat slats to garden edging. These recycled plastic profiles are durable, hard-wearing and low-maintenance products that shout out sustainability. Several years ago the Boroondara City Council, Victoria placed Replas profiles on the pathway side of a road barrier to protect cyclists [...]

Green Drinks all Round

Replas New Zealand Director Carl Longstaff recently attended the Sustainable Business Network's inaugural Lower Hutt Green Drinks at the Dowse Art Gallery. The purpose of the event was to get like-minded business people together with a view to collaboration on sustainable initiatives. Twelve local businesses were represented at the meeting, all sharing their views on [...]

Spreading the Sustainability Message in the Community

On 7 March 2016, Ben McCulloch from Replas made a presentation to the Hazelwood Rotary Club in Churchill, Victoria.  The topic was “A Smart Way to a Better Environment”, in which Ben talked about current issues around disposal of plastic waste within Australia, and the modern solutions available to mitigate the environmental problems plastic creates. [...]

Advantage recycled plastic

Replas is committed to community, sustainability and waste reduction. Supporting Overport Park Tennis Club in Victoria with a donation of two seats was a great way to reward a community that recycles plastic through local supermarkets and Frankston Hospital. The club loved the seats so much that with the assistance of funding from Frankston City [...]

Replas at the Queensland Energy & Mining Expo

Our Queensland team recently attended the Energy & Mining Expo held at Toowoomba Showground. Their display trailer was a big hit among Expo-goers who had never before been so close up to our recycled plastic products. From day one great interest was shown in the practical applications and sustainability features of Replas products, and how [...]

Cycleway Safety the Sustainable Way

To separate a cycleway from car parking, Queanbeyan City Council used Replas 100 x 100mm recycled plastic bollards: a cost-effective solution that follows sound sustainability practices using a material diverted from landfill that once turned into useful products needs very little maintenance. Queanbeyan is located in south-eastern NSW alongside the Queanbeyan River. This relaxed city [...]

Recycled-Plastic Park Furniture in its Element on Western Port

Stony Point Caravan Park, a popular holiday spot on the shores of Western Port, Victoria, is home to many Replas products. The facility is enhanced for users’ pleasure with a range of recycled-plastic products that include park seats, picnic settings, bollard signs and plank signs. Exposed as they are to the salt winds that come [...]

Learning our way to sustainability

Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative is a government program which helps schools benefit from demonstrating sustainability. The program gives students an opportunity to understand sustainability in a practical way, promoting minimising waste, saving energy, water and much more. AuSSI encourages schools to engage students in real-life learning, whilst improving schools resources and facilities. Pender's Grove Primary [...]

On your bike

During Auckland’s Sustainable City Showcase Replas recycled-plastic rumble bars provided an environmentally-friendly way to line the cycle path. For those not so keen to take to the bike, a water themed recycled-plastic Beachcomber seat provided a welcome place to rest at the Cloud on Auckland’s waterfront.