Cristel: Delivering quality with a lifetime guarantee and reparability

Metals represent the highest share of...

Metals represent the highest share of waste currently exported outside of the EU. Much of this is large, industrial scale waste, but metal waste occurs in many sectors. This Technology in Action case study looks at how one French SME is reducing metal waste in a way that is a win-win both for the company and for the local economy in which it operates.

In the spotlight: premium cookware maker Cristel, which has developed an innovative process and service model enabling it to re-finish customers’ non-stick pans whenever necessary, saving tonnes of metal and CO2 emissions, while preserving jobs and sourcing locally.

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Orgalim's Technology in Action case studies showcase how the technology industries we represent are shaping a future that's good for Europe's economy and society - and how the right policy framework can help them do even more. They are extracted from our Technology at Heart series, available in full online here