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Repost was founded in 2020 by Howard Valley sheep and beef farmer Greg Coppell and Marlborough Viticulturist Stuart Dudley and has been growing steadily over the past three years.

Made from repurposed viticulture waste – they have recycled 340,000 posts from heading to landfill to date! – Repost's low-cost wooden fence posts are perfect for landscapers looking for a more sustainable product. The posts are available in No.1 grade trimmed half and quarter rounds in 1.6m and 1.8m lengths, come pointed or unpointed and meet H4 CCA treatment under NZS3640:2003.

The posts are ideal for New Zealand’s varied terrain, including flat and rolling paddocks, steep hill, rocky, swampy or heavy clay conditions, riparian, waterways and wetlands or green belt and plantings.

Competitively priced, even customers with restricted budgets can afford high-quality repurposed fencing.

For more information, please visit, @repostnz or ask at your local PlaceMakers store.


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