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Novellini Code of Ethics for the Environment


Each of Novellini’s products is designed and manufactured to meet the latest European standards in terms of quality, safety and environmental friendliness.

The adoption of low environmental impact production processes, the total control on toxic substances and significant energy savings, are the answers to the problems of a world in a constant evolution.


Crystal Clear Treatment

Crystal clear is a innovative glass treatment which is applied in laboratory conditions at our factory using state of the art machinery.
First the glass is cleaned then evenly sprayed with the Crystal Clear treatment, finally thermally baking onto the glass surface. Thanks to the unique chemical reaction within one single application the glass surface has been modified absorbing the treatment, thus giving you a longer lasting protection.

Hygienic , biological tests have proven that the Novellini glass has 98% less bacteria than non treated glass,

Low maintenance, The water will run off the glass leaving less residue on the surface, no need to use heavy cleaning chemicals, great for the environment , with less maintenance , more resistant to every day use staying new for longer.

After care , After showering Novellini recommends that you wipe down the glass using a soft cloth or squeegee, only clean Novellini products using our specially formulated cleaner “Clean it” which can be purchased through our dealers and directly with Novellini UK.


Chrome Finish

Zero emission integrated cycle, 100% environment-friendly. Anti-scale, anti-bacterial, ecological, long-time shining resistance

Antibacterial Coatings

Novellini has chosen to enrich the paintings with silver – and zeolite – based additives, in order to prevent proliferation of bacteria, moulds and fungi on the surfaces. Our paints are laboratory-tested according with the JIS Z 2801:2000 method. Compared with traditional paints grant more than 99% reduction of the most common bacterial organisms (Staphylococcus aureus MRSA and Escherichia coli).