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Sinks made out of recycled toothpaste tube agglomerates and aluminum grills for placing soaps. The project was born from the idea of taking advantage of the characteristics of this agglomerate; waterproof with the possibility of being molded in many shapes. The base material of the sink is a 6mm agglomerate sheet, made of scrap and leftovers from the production of toothpaste tubes. It is made of 25% aluminum and 75% low-density polypropylene. To prepare the sink tub the plate was warmed and shaped with the help of a hydraulic press. Tubs can be used to form a composition with various supporting materials such as glass and stone surfaces in general, masonry, stonework, etc.