Sainsbury’s and Tefal join forces for recycling scheme

Tefal has launched a new recycling scheme with supermarket chain Sainsbury’s.

The cookware company is urging the nation to exchange its old pots and pans from now until October 15 in a bid to encourage greater recycling.

For the next three weeks, Sainsbury’s will offer customers the chance to recycle their old pan at over 300 Sainsbury’s stores hosting dump bins. In return, it will offer a 30% discount across Tefal’s new So Recycled range.

The promotion marks the debut of Tefal’s So Recycled range, which was launched in line with Recycling Week (September 23-29). These induction-compatible, non-stick pots and pans are made from 100% recycled aluminium and, Tefal says, their energy-efficient production contributes 90% less harmful carbon emissions compared with standard-pans. So Recycled’s Titanium Pro extra-resistant non-stick coating is claimed to last up to twice as long than Tefal’s Titanium Force coating, while the non-stick coating allows for easy cleaning. The pans feature Tefal’s Thermo-Spot and are compatible on all hob types and dishwasher-safe.

The So Recycled range includes new Enjoy 2in1 and Resource Tools. The multifunctional tools are made from 95% recycled materials. They are heat-resistant (withstanding temperatures of up to 220 degrees), dishwasher-safe and stain-resistant. The tools combine two tools in one and include a combined vegetable skimmer and potato masher, a spoon, ladle, turner and long turner.

All the above ranges are available exclusively in Sainsbury’s.

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