10 years ago, Bellerive Yacht Club in Hobart, Tasmania installed recycled plastic decking Enduroplank™ and profiles for seating along their dock. The recycled plastic products from Replas, still looking as new, have not corroded, cracked or split from the marine environment. Enduroplank™ is a sturdy, low maintenance decking product that provides an ethical alternative to [...]
Pembroke Park, just outside of bustling Hobart Tasmania, is home to several blue 125 mm squared recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust, 125 mm square bollards have a pyramid-shaped top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required, like at Pembroke Park. 125 mm square bollards are hollow to reduce its weight for easier [...]
In July 2018, the City of Launceston in Tasmania completed a pedestrian and cyclist bridge accessing Seaport to Riverbend Park spanning the North Esk River. "The City of Launceston is thrilled with the positive comments we've received about the newly constructed Seaport pedestrian bridge in Launceston," explained City of Launceston Mayor, Albert van Zetten. "The [...]
Recently a Retirement Lifestyle Village in Tasmania's South contacted Replas about recycled plastic furniture they had seen elsewhere supplied by Replas. Particularly interested in a custom Kimberley seat, this seat was fitted with two sets of arms. One set in the traditional position on the outer ends, and the other 'in board.' This allows the [...]
Down in Launceston Tasmania, the Church Grammar Primary School is not shy to a Replas product! Surrounding both the primary and secondary school includes multitudes of Replas products. These products include settings, seats, benches, and grand stand seating made from profiles. Have their schools surrounded by Replas products means the future of the school will [...]
The local indoor sport, arts, and meeting venue, Banksia Centre in Tasmania, required new fencing surrounding the carpark. Replas bollard fencing went over very well with Mayor Peter Freshney who explains, “the bollards were sourced from Replas for several reasons; they are cost effective, easy to install, visually suitable, and are environmentally sound being made [...]
Replas has been helping the Launceston Aquatic Centre to update their table settings and benches in their favoured blue themed colour, with awesome results. Replas black slats were used for the benches, in both the changing rooms and around the pool areas. The 50 m concrete grandstand was superbly upgraded with the Replas coloured slats, [...]
The perfect solution for a beach side location is a Beach Access made of Enduroplank™. The affordable products slip resistance is a terrific benefit for any harsh saline environment. Carlton Beach is a popular summer surfing beach, located 40 km east of Hobart. The beach recently had an Enduroplank™ recycled-plastic decking installed. The hard-wearing material [...]
Never been to Agfest? Agfest is an award winning agricultural field event, held in Tasmania. The event provides businesses with a chance to showcase their products and brings a range of entertainment to patrons. Pavilion's range from dairy, craft and food, whilst animal lovers can experience sheep dog trials or an equine expo. There's something [...]
Replas' wheel stops have done it again. They've provided Marist Regional College in Burnie with an easily installed, cheaper alternative to concrete stops. This particular stop features a customised disabled sign proving its versatility for any chosen car park.
Albuera Street Primary School in Hobart were so happy with the Replas posts that line their entrance they recently contacted us to order some more. The recycled-plastic posts create an elegant yet extremely simple barrier that will stand the test of time.
Caught up with the latest craze in sports? Disc golf combines the skill of golf with the fun of Frisbee®. One of Australia's leading disc golf experts, Richard Sampson from Discology wants to make this activity more eco-friendly and sustainable and has identified Replas products as a perfect fit for key equipment infrastructure. At the [...]
A recycled-plastic beach viewing platform and access path at Raspins Beach in Tasmania, was chosen because it would have minimal impact on the landscape and cope with the coastal conditions. Twelve months after installation it has proven to be the perfect choice. ‘The walkway section was tested by a severe beach eroding storm several weeks [...]
Simplot recently celebrated 50 years of processing french fries in Ulverstone, with an open day at their factory in Tasmania. On show was a recycled-plastic seat made by Replas from the soft plastic waste packaging collected by the company. The seat features the Birdseye logo and clearly demonstrates the company's commitment to the environment.
Recently, the Derwent Valley Council in Tasmania undertook some improvements at Tynwald Park, a large recreation park which has BBQ, sporting & play areas within its boundaries. As part of the upgrade, council wished to improve wheelchair access. The existing old treated pine post and log combination protruded, hindering entry. The solution was to use [...]
Tasmania’s largest construction company Fairbrother & John Holland teamed up to build the new Menzies Centre Building. Composite Fibre (FRP) bearers were specified for the substructure below the outdoor deck areas with 600 lm of product used. While the Fairbrother/John Holland tradespeople onsite were unfamiliar with FRP, they found it easy to work with. The [...]
On King Island in Tasmania, these Kookaburra Settings have been installed since 2009. The picnic settings provide the perfect place to relax in this playground and the council are happy that they need virtually no maintenance.
When it came to updating Wellington Street in Tasmania’s historic Richmond, the team at Clarence City Council decided to replace rapidly deteriorating timber products with more economic and environmentally‐friendly alternatives. They chose Enduroplank™ to create a sturdy footbridge that will not crack, rot or splinter, and Replas bollards to promote a green approach to road [...]