Picnic tables, benches, and so much more made from tough recycled plastic!
Fusion Marine’s outdoor furniture range made from recycled plastic offers a much longer lasting yet environmentally friendly alternative to wood.
The Barcaldine based company supplies a range of durable outdoor products, including picnic tables and benches, decking, fencing and boardwalks, which are ideal for private users or for commercial operators such as holiday parks, nature reserves, visitor centres and other outdoor areas. Especially popular are the company’s memorial benches, which are a marvellous way of paying tribute to a loved one and for giving something back to the community. And because they are made from tough recycled plastic, they will last for much longer than a wooden bench. Or have you ever considered using decking made from recycled plastic? No longer required are the tiresome frequent treatments to preserve the wood or the constant cleaning to prevent the build-up of slippery algae. Fusion Marine’s decking planks made from recycled plastic look great and will last for a very long time. The tables and benches are available in colours that blend in naturally with the environment. The advantages of recycled plastic for such outdoor products include: • • Tough Decay and resistant durable • Low maintenance • Environmentally friendly • Slip-resistant surfaces • Will not crack or split • Non-toxic and inert • Weather resistant • Impervious to water • Resistant to micro-organisms • Better chemical resistance • Will not leach chemicals into the soil. Fusion Marine also manufactures marine pontoons that provide convenient access for small craft. These pontoons are incredibly versatile as they can be sited on tidal shores, providing convenient round-theclock marine access. These pontoons are ideal for a wide variety of business and leisure applications and have the capability to transform a shore location. Typical uses include: hotels looking to attract leisure craft; mooring associations and yacht clubs; community associations; outdoor activity centres; country estates; angling and leisure boat operators; and private homeowners in waterside locations.