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Eco-Friendly Bathroom Sinks Selected by Trilogy

Eco-friendly bathroom can be constructed from a variety of recycled materials, including rubber, copper, and aluminum. Source: Houzz

Eco-friendly bathroom can be constructed from a variety of recycled materials, including rubber, copper, and aluminum. Source: Houzz

Are you trying to build a bathroom that’s a bit more environmentally friendly? If so, then don’t ignore what your sinks are made out of. The following are a few examples of eco-friendly bathroom sinks that you can use as inspiration:

  • Salvaged bowls – Re-use any type of bowl. All you need is a bowl in which a hole can be drilled on the bottom to connect it to a drain. For example, an old cast-metal basin.
  • Recycled rubber – For a truly unique option, use a sink that has been built out of recycled rubber tires that were melted and purified before being turned into a sheet that can be stretched across a basic frame.
  • Recycled copper – Copper is a great choice for a bathroom sink due to its antibacterial and antifungal qualities. Just make sure to pick a sink made out of recycled copper.
  • Recycled aluminum – If you’re going for a modern bathroom design, then recycled aluminum is a fantastic option. Not to mention that there is plenty of aluminum available to be recycled into a sink.

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These are a few eco-friendly bathroom sinks. Contact us at Trilogy Partners for more green building information.

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