Recycled Plastic Sink

SKU: RP-Sink1.

Recycled Plastic Sink


Sustainable sink made from 100% recycled plastic.  Available in white.  This recycled plastic sink will make a statement in any bathroom, while making you feel good about helping reduce waste on our planet.

This sink is made from recycled plastic material and other waste streams of exceptional quality. We work with plastic bottles, yogurt containers, plant pots, and food packaging.

Our plastics are man-made with 100% recycled materials.  We ground the plastic into pellets, and then heat and mold them. This forms a hard surface that is durable and non-porous.  Plastic surfaces offers low maintenance appeal while being sustainable.

Waste Made Wonderful
This product is made using 100% recycled materials. A mix is made by hand before heating and molding the plastic, allowing each piece to be unique.
Bespoke Style with a conscience
Customize your material and color. We can carry out test runs to match your preferences for pattern, color, and material properties. Want us to recycle your own waste? We can create a material as unique as your imagination.
highly versatile

Another example of the wide range of applications with recycled plastic


Each product uses different materials, allowing each one to have its own distinct pattern

hand made

Each product is composed by hand, not by machines, allowing for customization


100% recycled and 100% recyclable, qualifying for LEED and other certifications

easy to care for

This material is easy to clean and maintain, making it worry free

No VOC off-gassing

All of our recycled plastic panels are made from chemically inert recycled plastic waste


Gast Home is committed to innovative green building materials, and this recycled plastic product is a great environmentally friendly solution.  When materials are made with sustainability in mind, it means we live in a healthier world.  Our recycled plastic products contain no formaldehyde and emits no VOCs.


The LEED Green Building Rating System, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy, is a voluntary standard for developing environmentally responsible, low emission, high-performance, sustainable buildings.  LEED certification is for the entire construction project.  Materials and products used in buildings are not individually certified.  Through a rigorous process of third-party verification by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) the project earns points towards achieving a particular level of certification (Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum).

Because this product uses recycled content, they may qualify for numerous LEED points in the selected categories of Materials and Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, and potentially Innovation in Design.

  • MR 4.1/4.2: Recycled Content (1-2 points)
  • MR 5.1/5.2: Regional Materials (2 points)
  • MR 4.0

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