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 [...]

What a view!

Recycled-plastic is the new trend for Parkes Shire Council in Sydney’s south-west. Surrounding this beautiful central lake at Cheney Park is an abundance of recycled-plastic! What view is complete without a great place to view it from? There are plenty of benches and picnic settings for visitors to sit on, with a range of colour options [...]

The perfect picnic spot

The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, is a beautiful setting full of exotic plants, stunning lakes and outdoor sculptures. A day at the gardens ensures tranquility, a popular spot for a family picnic in Sydney. Recycled-plastic bollards are featured around the entrance to prevent vehicles from entering restricted areas, protecting the wonderful nature that lies [...]

Anti-slip eco friendly decking for Sutherland Shire Council residents

A public walkway in Gymea, a suburb located within Sutherland Shire Council, southern Sydney, is situated between the rail line and the shops. Approximately three and a half metres wide by 35 metres long and with a kick rail on both sides, the Enduroplank™ that has been installed there has been very successful and is [...]

Council plays it cool

Replas’ “Kimberley” seats surround the park for visitors viewing sporting events in Preston, which is located in the Liverpool City Council area south-west of Sydney. Bench seats are also found outside the council’s main operations offices. The recycled-plastic seats and benches lower the council’s maintenance budget as no painting is required, which means that thousands [...]

A win for Life Start

Life Start in Sydney provides early childhood intervention and school aged serviced for children living with disability or delay, their families and carers. The organisation was proud to receive a recycle-plastic seat from Replas which they won through the Australian Packaging Covenant Business Clean Up Day Program 2013 which was also sponsored by Sanitarium and [...]

Designer Replas

These chic benches were recently installed at Sydney University in New South Wales. The designer crafted a series of stylish and comfortable benches by working with recycled-plastic profiles of different widths and sizes, creating a unique look which compliments the adjacent modern buildings.

Taronga Park Zoo

In New South Wales, the Taronga Park Zoo operators recently decided to upgrade the arena used for giving demonstrations and lectures on wildlife. The decision was made to replace the rotting timber slats with Replas seat slats, and the results speak for themselves. The area is attractive and long-lasting, and visitors can use the seating [...]

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