Pans don't come much more sustainable than these frying skillets and from Borough Furnace, founded back in 2011 through the crowd funding website Kick Starter.
The company take 100% recycled scrap iron before it's melted down and reformed into the beautiful pan you see above and below.
To take their sustainable production methods even further the company also power their furnace, used to melt the metal, with waste vegetable oil.
They're not cheap at $280 but they say a good pan should last you for life. So far many of the designs have already sold out.
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