- A large industrial/school sink, mine was a Stainless steel one that came from a former place of employment ( they were going to throw it in the scrap steel dumpster), but try Habitat for Humanity stores, used building supplies store, places that sell demolition salvage materials. i remember some nice terrazzo ones from my school days. The sink is the 1/2 circle size.
- A place to put it your yard.
- A small garden size submersible pump that will fit in your sink one can usually be found for under $40.
- About five feet of vinyl tubing to fit discharge of pump.
- Three nylon or plastic "T's" to fit the tubing, Two 90 degree elbows of the same size.
- A GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter)plugin for your pump should be close by.
- Local stones or rocks to fill in the pond.
- A small piece of semi rigid foam and a small heavy plastic bag also a drain plug to fit the sink drain.
- Assorted tools to take the sink off its pedestal and to take it apart and remove the original spray heads and controls if applicable.
Aside note, My sink had four infrared low voltage switch modules that were kept for future use, plus a hot/cold mixing valve as well.