Redbuck Fence Posts are now an established post brand in the Australian marketplace
After an extensive Research and Development exercise recognised and rewarded by the Australian Government, Redbuck Posts are sold under the manufacturer’s warranty, with thousands sold every month to customers from all industries, not just rural and farming, equine, but also oyster farms, wineries, hobby and organic farms, civil and mining, councils and national parks just to name a few.
Our mission is to recycle tonnes of Australian waste plastic and manufacture durable, resilient and superior products for our Rural Industries – the industries that underpin our Australian lifestyle.
Partnering for Plastic Waste Reduction & Ensuring Product Availability
We’re members of drumMUSTER, which provides Australian agricultural and veterinary chemical users with a recycling pathway for eligible empty agvet chemical containers. We are also members of AGFORCE, a peak organisation representing Queensland’s rural producers.
The Drummuster program is aimed at responsibly managing chemical drums from farms. Through this program, we collect used drums for processing into Redbuck Posts. Furthermore, we have secured a consistent stream of recycled plastic materials from alternative sources to help ensure the uninterrupted availability of our products.
Redbuck has collected more than half a million kilograms of plastic waste that would otherwise be destined for landfills.
We are procuring tonnes of waste plastic and reprocessing it in our recycling and manufacturing facility in Clontarf, Queensland. Our Redbuck fencing products are manufactured for distribution to our customers across rural Australia. Our intent is to extend the product range, finding further innovative ways to use recycled plastic for the environmental benefit to us all.
With effective industry partnerships, we have created a closed-loop recycling system that allows us to obtain waste plastic from big industry producers, recover the plastic from this waste by use of modern recycling technology and processes, and then re-use the plastic for our products. Our products (after a long productive life) can then be broken down again and be re-used.