APR Viewing Platforms are made in Australia for Australian conditions
Advanced Plastic Recycling (APR) is excited to announce that we are expanding our operations and we will be relocating to new premises on Thursday 18th March. Our new premises are located at 29 – 33 Woomera Ave, Edinburgh. Our contact information will remain unchanged. We look forward to welcoming you at our new facility.
APR composite decking is ideal for councils and architects looking for a long lasting, sustainable alternative to timber.
Manufactured from hard-wearing composite material, APR Totem Signs offer the perfect long-lasting and eco-friendly signage solution for open spaces.
Border your gardens and pathways in style with APR Composites landscape edging. Manufactured using recycled plastic and reclaimed timber, APR Composites are hard-wearing and offer a cost-effective and low maintenance alternative to timber or steel. Featuring a smooth, splinter-free surface with no sharp edges; it is ideal for use in playgrounds. […]
APR bollards are an ideal fencing solution to help visually guide pedestrians and vehicles in your area while enhancing your outdoor landscape. Our long-lasting composite material offers a sustainable alternative without the costly and time-consuming maintenance associated with timber. Profiles can be cut-to-length with a range of sizes available to suit any space. […]
Replace worn or damaged decking boards with APR composite decking; a low maintenance, durable and sustainable timber alternative manufactured locally from a unique blend of recycled wood and plastic. APR decking boards are made-to-length and come in a wide range of profiles, sizes and finishes. Suitable for residential, commercial and marine projects including including bridges, […]
Are you looking to protect the natural environment and provide safe public access to enhance and promote the value of your location? APR custom designed composite structures offer the perfect long-term, environmentally sound access solution for sensitive coastal areas and remote sites. The use of locally manufactured recycled materials was an important feature for the […]