Environmentally friendly staplers and hole punches on a desktop

Tough around the office

easy on the environment.

 

  • Sustainable thanks to their large proportion of recycled materials
  • Fully recyclable
  • Attractive design in elegant black
  • Sustainable product packaging
  • Robust and functional for daily use
  • Stable in value with up to a 25-year warranty

I was once a fridge!

Novus closes the recycling loop


For the Novus re+new staplers and perforators, for example, old refrigerators are processed into recyclate by a certified recycling company with many years’ experience in recycling refrigerators. Recyclates are plastics recycled from what is known as post-consumer waste. These are plastics that have already been disposed of as household or commercial waste at least once after use. This closes the recycling loop.

re+new perforators from Novus – efficient and sustainable.

With their non-slip base and securely engaging paper guide complete with green accents, the Novus re+new B 230 and B 216 hole punches are convenient, everyday office helpers that are both environmentally friendly and practical.

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re+new staplers from Novus – tough around the office, easy on the environment.

Rely on sustainability on your desk. Discover the environmentally friendly and durable Novus re+new B 4FC, B 4 and B 2 staplers in a contemporary all-black design.

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Staplers and perforators that are recognised for eco-friendliness.

A seal of quality you can rely on: EuCertPlast

We are proud to announce that our recyclate supplier has achieved certification in accordance with the EU standard EuCertPlast. A few years ago, a network of plastics processors, plastic granulation companies and waste collection operators set up the EU-wide certification and auditing system. The uniform certification practice gives both suppliers and customers the assurance that the traded plastic waste is processed in accordance with the best industry practices and environmental standards.

Sustainability at Novus