Recycled Plastic, Mobile Parklet Makes Debut on Kensington Street in Heart of Sydney’s Chippendale

On Kensington Street, in the heart of CBD Sydney, the roads are closed from Thursday to Sunday for visitors to enjoy the lifestyle precinct of heritage, hospitality and retail. Within Kensington Street, People Parkers and Replas have collaborated to create a sustainable, mobile parklet - made using recycled plastic products. "Replas products are proven in [...]

Hall & Wilcox Law Firm Donates Wheelchair Accessible Premier Setting for The Salvation Army in Sydney

"The Replas [bench] appealed to us as an Australian-made, innovative, practical and stylish application of re-purposed waste," said Elea Einstein, Office Manager of the Sydney Offices of Hall & Wilcox Law Firm. "Having a safe, comfortable place to sit and chat is something many of us take for granted, but it’s not available to everyone," [...]

Central Signs Group To Become Stock Holder For Replas Products For Future Road Infrastructure Projects

Central Signs Group in Caringbah, New South Wales, and Replas are establishing a partnership where Central Signs Group will be holding stock of various recycled plastic bollards from Replas. Holding stock in their Sydney warehouse, along with becoming a Replas Pro means Central Signs Group will become a preferred Replas installer for jobs in their [...]

Sydney Academy of Sport Installed Replas Furniture Throughout Grounds; “Recycled Was Important To Us”

Sydney Academy of Sport, part of the New South Wales State Government, is always looking at ways to recycle and use recycled plastic products. Michael Rogan, Acting Services Coordinator Grounds and Facilities, has installed Replas products before, "we have found it very good, also the fact that it is a recycled product was important to [...]

Central Signs Group and Replas Discuss Shared Values and Future Developments

Mark Jacobsen, Sales and Marketing Director, and David Watts, New South Wales Territory Manger, met with Central Signs in Sydney earlier this week to discuss a future relationship founded on quality, experience and achieving solutions for clients. Excellence in service that exceeds client's expectations is just one of the shared values for both Central Signs [...]

Glenmore Park Using Recycled Plastic Bollards As Barrier For Park Oval

Situated in the western suburbs of Sydney and part of Penrith City Council, Glenmore Park have installed multiple 125 mm green bollards to separate the park oval from the road it is on. The robust 125 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic profile with a pyramid-shaped top. Replas bollards are the ideal solution wherever rigid barriers [...]

Picket Fencing Looks Good As New 5 Years Later In Campbelltown NSW

Situated in the south western suburbs of Sydney, Campbelltown City Council contribute to the Circular Economy by being avid Replas supporters. After the soft plastics are collected throughout their municipal through the Red Group and turned into Replas products, they drive the demand for recycled plastic products and become the true recyclers. One of the [...]

Mid Coast Council Refurbished Boardwalk With Recycled Plastic Decking

Great Lakes Council, now known as the Mid Coast Council, has recently refurbished their 200m boardwalk in Forster, part of the Forster Tuncurry City. Using recycled plastic decking with Replas ensures a long lasting, durable product that will with stand the wet and harsh conditions in this environment. The boardwalk travels through a leafy marsh [...]

Bankstown Council Installs Replas Fence Barricade at Deep Water Park

Deep Water Park is part of Bankstown Council, located in the South Western part of Sydney CBD. Bankstown Council has installed a fence barricade made from Replas bollards, along both sides of the road to prevent cars from entering the grass area. The fence lines comprises of 100mm x 100mm bollard - with a 50mm [...]

Mona Valley Cemetery Installs Bollards and Benches for Visitor Use

Situated on the northern beaches of Sydney is Mona Vale Cemetery. Mona Vale has been a special and sacred place for families in this community since 1905 - with both burials and beautiful memorials. In order to keep Mona Vale Cemetery safe and prestigious for visitors, recycled plastic bollards have been installed in the car [...]

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 [...]

The Univresity of Sydney in Canberra Installs New Bollards Out Front

The University of Sydney is one of Australia's largest uni's situated in Canberra ACT. The Building Manager for Raine & Horne, Brian Sheather, stated, "these bollards look great and will no maintenance for years." One of the biggest perks of a Replas product is the low maintenance, especially for a busy university! The 145 mm [...]

Liverpool Welcomes Seats, Benches, Bollards, and More at Collimore Park

Collimore Park is more than just your average recreation park. Located in Liverpool, Sydney (south west) lies a large recreation park that includes netball courts, picnic areas, playground equipment and much more. This is a stand out park that has peak interest in both locals and visitors. The City of Liverpool installed unique products that [...]

Replas National Conference – Spotted Utilities Installed 30 Years Ago!

The 2017 Replas National Conference was held at Darling Harbour in Sydney. Darling Harbour was redeveloped for the public and opened over 29 years ago as part of the bicentenary celebrations. Russell Muller, Director, pointed out the Replas hydrant covers. Utilities are such a big part of the behind the scenes at Replas and we [...]

Sydney Olympic Park trials Replas Enduroplank™ for an improved boardwalk

In New South Wales, Sydney Olympic Park, an authority known as SOPA have been testing the Enduroplank™ for the possible replacement of the existing timber, colors coming in grey and brown. The Badu Mangrove Boardwalk is approximately 1.5 km in length by 1200 mm wide. It has numerous large platforms and is used by the [...]

Blacktown Council keeps Nurragingy Reserve beautiful with new black bollards

In the Western Sydney CBD lies Nurragingy Reserve, a very large recreational reserve within Blacktown council. In the earlier days of building the city of Sydney, Nurragingy Reserve formed part of the Cumberland Timber Forest. This was a major supplier of timber for the making and construction of new houses and fences going up in [...]

Point Wolstoncroft Sport and Rec Centre Installs New Black Bollards

Ninety minutes north of Sydney in Gwandalan, NSW you will find Point Wolstoncroft Sport and Recreation Centre. Set on the edge of Lake Macquarie and surrounded by state forest lies state of the art facilities aimed at providing team building activities and outdoor activities. The centre hosts school camps, corporate team building, family groups and kids' camps to name a few. [...]

Second Instalment of Dog Agility Equipment Lands in Sydney CBD

  The Cumberland Council (formally known as Auburn Council) situated just south of the busy CBD of Sydney, has incorporated the happiness of playing pups and Eco-friendly Replas Recycled Dog Agility Equipment. Being the second agility equipment installed in the city of Sydney, dog owners are able to give their dogs a multi-purpose park, making [...]

Best NSW picnic spots: it’s about location, location, location

Sussex Inlet is a beautiful body of water on the NSW coast just south of Nowra and approximately 230 km from Sydney. On its shore stands a recycled plastic table setting, which looks a picture in this tranquil and scenic location.  Not only does the Replas picnic setting with its blue slats on black supports [...]

Spreading the word about recycled plastic that’s for the birds

Mosman, NSW is a place of history and beauty eight km north-east of Sydney’s CBD on the lower north shore. The area is home to the world famous Taronga Zoo, as well as excellent harbourside swimming and recreation areas, top restaurants and a host of high-end retailers.   When Mosman Rotary Club invited Replas to [...]

A splendid Fitness Trail in a stunning location

The harbourside Sydney suburb of Rushcutters Bay has a new year-round attraction, a recycled plastic Exersite installed in December 2016. Set against the marina and with the stunning harbour vista beyond, the superb set of fitness trail equipment occupies a prime location in this world-class boat harbour precinct. The modern, sustainably produced Exersite kit replaces [...]

Ramping up the access at Hammondville Oval

At Hammondville Oval in south-western Sydney, NSW,  our Replas Pro installer Shore Contracting recently built an all-non-timber ramp. With composite fibre sub-structure & posts supporting recycled plastic handrails on a two metre-wide Enduroplank™ deck, the new access way can be expected to last for decades with minimal if any maintenance. The ramp runs 45 metres [...]

Avoiding hazards out on the golf course

Golfers living in Sydney’s inner suburbs have a superb facility on their doorstep at Strathfield. The golf course there is centrally located and convenient for residents of Concord, Burwood, Canterbury and surrounding suburbs. Recently Strathfield Golf Club took a shipment of 100 mm x 100 mm recycled plastic bollards, which are being installed around drains, [...]

Golf Clubs get into the swing of recycled plastic

During a visit to Sydney’s Castle Hill Country Club recently as guest speaker for the Baulkham Hills Rotary Club, Replas product specialist Bert Meyer noticed many familiar items. Recycled plastic products the club has purchased from Replas in recent years include signs, sand bucket holders, Kimberley seats and litter bins, all placed around the golf [...]

There’s nothing sheepish about Goulburn’s traffic control

Goulburn, NSW is two hours’ drive south of Sydney on the road to Canberra,  and famous for its Big Merino. The “Fine Wool Capital of the World” is also now home to a quantity of our recycled plastic 125 mm x 125 mm black bollards. The Goulburn Mulwaree Council has used them in Victoria Park  [...]

Waverley Picket Fence Stage 1 Complete

Waverley Municipal Council’s  high-profile Waverley Cemetery at Bronte, in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, has an equally high-profile addition. The recently-installed fence made using recycled plastic pickets has replaced a very old and rotted timber picket fence, and it really draws the eye. In choosing Replas pickets the council decided to install a fence that [...]

Recycled Plastic Products give Boronia Park the Edge

Hunters Hill is Sydney’s smallest local government area, situated on a peninsular at the confluence of the Parramatta and Lane Cover Rivers. Living in Australia’s oldest garden suburb,  the people of this community take great pride in their parks and reserves. In keeping with a policy that ensures investment in quality improvements, Hunter’s Hill Council [...]

Using Replas Profiles to Help the Garden Grow

In Lakemba, a metropolitan Sydney suburb, the Canterbury City Council uses Replas products in its parks and gardens. At Lakemba Community Garden, beds made using 90 x 90mm and 65 x 90mm recycled plastic profiles have been constructed, while a 100mm bollard is in use supporting the garden’s water supply. Lakemba Community Garden was established [...]

Look for the Recycled Plastic Bollards where the 16-footers Sail

These Replas 100 mm x 100 mm green bollards stand proudly outside the Middle Harbour 16ft Skiff Club on Spit Road, Mosman, NSW. They have done so for some time now, and still look as new having withstood all the coastal conditions of their exposed location. In supplying these bollards to the Skiff Club, we [...]

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