At Recycled Mats, we are proud of our products. Every one of our recycled rugs is stunning to look at and beautifully soft to sit, walk or lie on. We sell a stylish range of practical, educational mats and accessories that look good, but also do good thanks to our commitment to fairtrade work practices, ethical manufacturing and the use of recycled materials.
But don't just take our word for it. Some of Australia's most respected and high profile businesses, community groups and personaliities agree! Guess who else loves our recycled mats?
We are proud to have sold our range of mats to these organisations:
The Australian Museum
The Australian Royal Flying Doctors Service
The Arts Centre Gold Coast (Now HOTA)
Movie World, Gold Coast
Darebin City Council
University of Melbourne
Queensland Performing Arts Centre
Ability Links, an arm of St Vincent de Paul
Save The Children
Brisbane City Council
Warrnambool City Council
Communities for Children
Department of Education and Training, Australia
SevGen Indigenous Corporation
City of Armadale, WA
Carnarvon Youth Outreach Services
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Community
Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Inc
The Malpa Project
Allure Stradbroke Resort
The Karijini Experience
The Hideaway Hotel
Our mats have also been featured in the following:
- Channel 9 & 7 News with PM Malcom Turnbull
- Woman's Day with Pete Evans on the occasion of his marriage to Nicola Robinson
- ABC News article: 'Education is power'
- Gold Coast Bulletin article: 'Circle of life comes in a recycled rug'
We are just as proud to know that schools, early learning centres, libraries, hotels and homes across Australia and beyond are celebrating culture and colour using recycled mats. Our floor mats, camping mats, classroom mats and beach rugs bring family, friends and classmates together for storytelling, meals or relaxation. Recycled Mats is not just our business, it's our privilege to share these products with you.
Guess who loves our recycled mats? We do! But we're definitely not alone!