Follow the Fibers,
enabling your Circular Economy ambitions!
Welcome to ECOR Europe by Noble Enviromental Technologies
ECOR is the foundation for designing sustainable buildings & products that enable a circular economy
ECOR is the flagship alternative to wood and paper-based materials for a range of applications.
ECOR is an Advanced Environmental Composite Panel formed from the conversion of abundant cellulose fiber, pressure, and heat.
ECOR is 100% bio-based, 100% comprised of recycled waste materials, 100% recyclable, and is cradle-to-cradle compliant.
100 of the world’s front-runners in the field of Circular Economy met in Venlo on 17 April to visit ECOR Europe’s Resource & Development Center. At the Center, various recyclable and biodegradable fibers are tested and turned into plate material.
Last February and March, three of our ECOR Circular Economy Business Developer participated in Circular Mapping Week organized by the Circular Economy Club (CEC)*. Covering three different locations around the world (Singapore, Amsterdam and Mexico City) they have gained some interesting insights in the current phase of the circular economy transitions**.
Two ambitious scale-ups with two innovative technologies. Combine them together and the possibilities are infinite. “One plus one is not two in this equation but eleven.” That is what DSM-Niaga and Ecor experienced. Read below how directors Chris Reutelingsperger (Niaga) and Eric Logtens (Ecor) talk about their cooperation, market disruption, awareness around sustainability and circularity.
Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, today announces that DSM-Niaga and ECOR start a research collaboration. The collaboration will focus on developing fully recyclable and healthier alternatives for particleboard, MDF and other panel materials which can be used in industries such as building & construction, furniture, interior decoration and displays. ECOR offers technology for circular materials and has a R&D facility in Venlo, the Netherlands.
dif; 23 Nov, 2017 at 16:00 – 16:30 GMT
This session talks about outsmarting material complexity in everyday products with material science, with a glue that decouples on demand, and how that can be applied on stuff made from bio-based waste streams. It will also hint towards ideas to apply these innovations in the redesign for recycling.
At the United Nations COP23, as part of a global effort to reaffirm the COP 21 Paris Climate Agreements, our BeNeLeux CEO and global director Circular Economy, Eric Logtens, will be participating in the panel discussion: “How emerging companies in the Circular Economy contribute to climate action”.