APR aligns with professional support partners, to ensure a full range of services are available to fulfill turn-key project needs.

Offerings include, conceptual design consultancy, engineering and design development, custom manufacturing and assembly, as well as onsite commissioning during the early stages of your project.


With pressure to reduce carbon emissions, energy footprints and environmental impacts at an all-time high, we also understand that as much attention is now given to how products are made as to what they are made from.

By manufacturing products made entirely from waste plastics and waste wood, we have demonstrated our commitment to a number of crucial objectives:

  • To ensure our products always exceed expectations of the purposes for which they are intended.
  • To reduce the amount of waste going into Australian landfill.
  • To conserve precious natural resources.
  • To create ways for our customers to offset their energy footprint by using recycled products.
  • To create products that last many times longer than those made from conventional material.
  • To constantly improve our technology to ensure we maximise the amount of waste that can be recycled.
  • To minimise wastage in our own manufacturing processes.
  • To give customers the option of a new product, not just something our previous customers have asked for.
  • To be fit for purpose 100% of the time.


APR utilises the very latest in engineering equipment, machinery and technology from around Australia and the world. Having invested substantial amounts in both hardware and research and development, APR sits at the very forefront of recycling technology and manufacturing techniques, following industry best practice guidelines. In this way, we are able to both maximize the amount of material we recycle and ensure the quality of our products is always top notch.


ISO:9001 2015/16 Quality System
APR are certified to ISO:9001 2015 quality system.

ISO 9001:2015/16 accreditation

Virtually zero emissions; a little steam is all that is produced
Low level of energy use; heat used to melt the plastic is largely generated by friction
Low level of water use; the water comes from a closed, recycled system and is continuously reused
Low level of noise pollution; the process is relatively quiet compared to large-scale factories