Recycled Plastic Furniture and Signage Installed in Central Queensland Mining Town

Isaac Council in Queensland have installed recycled plastic furniture and Track Marker signs in their municipality at the Moranbah Walking Track. This mining town in central Queensland is no stranger to the tropical environment, needed products that will outlast rotting and high maintenance timber. The recycled plastic Kimberley seat features an ergonomic design with a [...]

Buchan Caves In Regional Victoria Is Home To Recycled Plastic Decking, Furniture and Bollards

Parks Victoria have installed recycled plastic decking, furniture and bollards around Buchan Caves, a natural spring swimming pool part of the Moon Hill Walk. The Enduroplank™ decking has been down for many years, requiring minimal maintenance work for Parks Vic, allowing them to use their resources on other areas of beautiful Buchan Caves. Recycled plastic [...]

Trackmarkers and Profiles Installed in Rural City Benalla, Victoria To Becoming More Sustainable

Recycled plastic Trackmarkers are placed at the entrance to the Jaycee Bridge near the local skate park in Benalla, Victoria on Jaycee Island. The area is a popular walking track for the locals and visitors alike in Benalla Rural City Council. Benalla Rural CC is engaging in becoming a more sustainable regional city by benefiting [...]

Lacey Creek Walking Path Filled With Replas Enduroplank™ Decking

The 1.5K walking track at Lacey Creek in Mission Beach Queensland is a great example of harsh weather and environment conditions. Replas Enduroplank™ has been installed throughout the walking path, covered in leaves, dirt, and plenty of shoe and tire marks from pedestrians enjoying the beautiful walk. The recycled plastic products from Replas are durable [...]

Blue Rock on track

The Blue Rock Lake in Gippsland, Victoria, features a walking track which is now clearly marked by a recycled-plastic Plank Sign that blends beautifully into the natural environment. John Crosby, from Tanjil Valley Landcare, said, ‘he was very pleased with the end result,’ adding that he had received, ‘positive comments from the public’.

A new perspective

This satellite picture shows a walking track throughout the Sydney Harbour National Park located on the north side of the Sydney Harbour. The black lines mark the recycled-plastic profiles which support the grating. The walking track is approximately 2km long and is popular with residents and visitors of Manly. Replas was chosen due to its [...]

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