Cooking equipment - pots and pans

Cooking Equipment

Pots and pans, slow cookers and electric frying pans

See Also  Appliances  |  Whiteware |  Crockery  |  Cutlery  | Disposable plates


You can reduce the need for purchasing cooking equipment by

  • Hire catering equipment.  Check out Catering Equipment and Supplies agents listed in the yellow pages.
  • Borrow from friends and family
  • Purchase pre-loved cooking equipment from secondhand store. Check out the Secondhand Dealers listed in the yellow pages.



Rather than throwing out the broken equipment, why not see if it can be repaired?  Check out Home Appliance and Servicing agents listed in the yellow pages. 

Also visit your local secondhand store, as they may have that microwave glass plate or fridge shelf to fit your item.


Here is a suggestion on what else you can do with your cooking equipment

  • Pots and pans could be remade into planters - simply drill drainage holes into the bottom of the pot and add dirt and plants.


Some cooking equipment can be recycled. 


If the cooking equipment cannot be reused or recycled, the next best practical option is disposal to the regional landfill through your local rubbish collection.

Where do I dispose of it?
  • Local refuse service