We work towards making our products recyclable and more climate friendly. We strive to convert waste into new resources. And we are convinced that a circular business model is the way forward. 

A circular business model use and re-use resources and minimize waste.
Instead of taking new resources, produce, use and throw away after use, our products and material remain in use as long as possible before being converted into new products. This results in a reduction of waste and damaging effects on the environment.

Recycling, ”upcycling” and re-using to reduce our climate footprint.

To recycle material and then ”upcycle” them is two ways to contribute to a more sustainable future. It is pointless that so much material is being thrown away and ending up as waste. We should be curious and creative, and work carefully with recycling and re-use of material and products that usually are being thrown away.

To then re-use the same product again and again provides another dimension that benefits the environment due to the reduction of products that are being thrown away. But also from an economic perspective for you as a customer, that makes a one-time investment of a pan or tray and after that just pay for the exchange of the product when it is worn – time after time.

The pans and trays are being made of recycled aluminium-cans and aluminium-waste that has reached the end of its lifecycle. We use the material again and create another value through making a totally new product, i.e “Upcycling”.

When the coating on the pan or tray have been worn, you return it to us. In our unique process we treat the products and restore them to as good as new. That means that you will not have to buy a new product and we together can make a positive and important effort for the environment. With this smart system you can join us to contribute towards a sustainable world, today and for the future, without compromising on design, quality or function. We reduce the amount of products being thrown away.

Circular economy

A conversion to a circular economy demands that the community as a whole evolve together with the goal to preserve resources within the economic system with as high value as possible, for as long as possible. In a circular economy we keep the value of products and material for as long as possible. Waste and resource-use are minimized, and resources stays within the economy when a product reached its end of its lifecycle. To ensure a sustainable growth for the EU we have to use our resources smarter and in a more sustainable way. It is obvious that the linear model for economic growth that we have relied on until now is not longer accustomed to our needs in todays modern community in a globalized world. We cannot build our future on the wear-and-tear-model. Many natural assets are limited and we have to find a sustainable way for both the environment and the economy. Information from the European commitees Package of circular economy.


Aluminium is used for the production of Kitchenware by Tareq Taylor Pan 28 and all the trays. Aluminium is a fantastic material. It has many areas of use and can be recycled again and again – with minimal environmental effect. Aluminium is the third most common element and a material suitable for recycling an infinite amount of time with kept high quality. To recycle aluminium reduce the total load on the environment and only demands around 5 percent of the energy needed to produce new aluminium from the material bauxite.

Some characteristics that makes aluminium to a material with a wide range of use:

  • Low weight
  • Easy to sculpt
  • Head leading
  • Non-poisonous material

Stainless steel is being used for producing the handles for Kitchenware by Tareq Taylors pan and knives. The steel is a metal-blend of different alloy-substances and have intangible benefits. It is strong and durable generation after generation. The material is 100% recyclable, resistant towards bacteria and does not let off or absorb any tastes. This makes the material perfect for producing kitchenware.