Jackson's Landscapes in regional New South Wales, Tamworth, installed 145 mm bollards around Powerhouse Park on Carthage Street. The new Replas Pro installers included robust recycled plastic bollards from Replas that will outlast alternative material for many years. 145 mm bollards will not rot, split or crack and require little maintenance from the council. Bollards [...]
White ants are a significant problem in regional New South Wales, wreaking havoc and causing major damage to outdoor products and properties. The Western Capital, Tamworth, recently installed 100 mm recycled-plastic bollards to counteract this problem. Replas bollards are resistant to white ants. Gosford City Council won’t have to worry about constant maintenance or replacing [...]
Werris Creek is a small town in New South Wales, located near Tamworth. The town is home to heritage listed Werris Creek Railway Station and full of rich history. Despite its ties to the past, the town has embraced the future, particularly the reprocessing of plastic waste, for quite some time now. Picket fencing, playground [...]
Recycled-plastic has even made its mark on tiny Walcha, with a population of 3021. Located between Tamworth and Port Macquarie in New South Wales, Replas seats have been installed across the local parks and ovals. Walcha Shire Council is incredibly pleased with the results, noting in particular the seating’s low maintenance. The council won’t have [...]
Tamworth, in NSW, is certainly filled with music and when it comes to recycling they are really playing our tune. Metres of fencing around the town features Replas recycled-plastic bollards which are not only attractive, but they are also helping reduce the amount of plastic waste being sent to landfill.
When Bullimbal School in Tamworth, moved to a new school site in May, 2010 they were faced with the prospect of having no outside furniture. Greg O’Sullivan from the school, said, ‘We considered metal, wood and recycled plastic garden furniture,’ adding that in the end, ‘we settled on the Replas recycled plastic furniture’. Greg said [...]