Collaroy Tennis Club in Sydney's Northern Beaches has replaced the old, rotting timber setting with recycled plastic Kookaburra Settings from Replas. The tennis club is situated in the Griffith Park precinct, being exposed to harsh salt water environment by Long Reef and Fisherman's beaches. Recycled plastic material does not rot, split, crack or deteriorate from [...]
Hon Lily D’Ambrosio is the state Minister for Environment, Energy & Climate Change and she attended our facilities at the REC with the Carrum Downs MP – Sonya Kilkenny and Dominik Nicholls, Senior Manager of Resource Recovery at Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning. The group attended the meeting in the hope to gain [...]
In New Zealand some of the worst storms in 30 years have left Wellington battered. With winds up to 200 km per hour, power was cut to the region and homes were left severely damaged. A Metal Art Civic Seat, made using Replas recycled-plastic slats, was exposed to all that the elements could throw at [...]
Thought you’d seen every possible use for a bollard? What about using it as a post for your tap? This simple solution means no matter how much water is splashed around this post it will never rot, split, or even need painting.
Replas’ Enduroplank™ was the material of choice for the new landing at Mitchell River near Bairnsdale, Victoria. The East Gippsland Shire Council decided to use the recycled-plastic planks as they are available in both a timber and a grooved finish, and are ideal for a myriad of commercial and domestic applications. The planks are particularly [...]