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.

ECOR = 100% recycled & 100% recyclable, cellulose fiber content
locally sourced from urban, farm and forest waste materials, is completely free of toxins and VOCs, is C2C compliant and is certified bronze in a first alloy.
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ECOR manufacturing technology provides commercially viable, turnkey, closed-loop enterprise solutions
for commercial and government entities.
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Follow the Fibers
Fibers do not become waste after a functional life in nature. They travel on and explore, naturally finding new functions to be of value and give viability to our planet. We elevate those fibers, that due to their human given functionality will end up as waste, redefine their purpose and enable them to shape the circular economy ambitions of our partners.
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ECOR has been specified as a preferred material by top Architecture & Design firms
for applications ranging from building products and furniture, to point of sale displays and consumer products
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Defining waste as a resource for the right alloy or mixture of fibres to form customised ECOR panels for the agreed upon design assignment is what makes the ECOR Technology the circular economy enabler and ECOR the material of choice for industrial partners to co-operate in finding applications and finishings that support the concept of waste equals food.


More and more designers are discovering the versatile design opptunities with ECOR panels that can be designed to conform to virtually any shape. Most important; it has been characterised as being “Natures Composite”, by architect William McDonough. 


Use standard tools and equipment to cut, rout, drill and laser etch ECOR. It doesn’t splinter or split, and it contains zero formaldehydes and other harmful chemicals so you don’t have to worry about inhaling any nasty stuff. It also loves to stick to things! Glues, paints, resins and more! Use ECOR friendly adhesives to bond ECOR to wood, fiber and plastic materials. Read about our of community craftsmen and their experience with ECOR!


At ECOR in this age of a network economy we truly believe in the entrepreneur within the enterprise. All extraordinary talents and experienced pioneers, passioned in enabling your circular economy ambitions.


ECOR Dresser by Pim Dekkers

Follow the Fibers, enabling your Circular Economy ambitions! ECOR Dresser by Pim Dekkers Why Ecor “At first I fell in love with the material, its smooth surface feels almost like a fabric, Immediately I wanted to work with it, transforming

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  Follow the Fibers, enabling your Circular Economy ambitions! ECOR SELECTED AS DENMARKS SUSTAINABLE BUILD INNOVATOR. Eric Logtens, Corporate Director Circular Economy, CEO Benelux, at Sustainable Build 2017 Every year Sustainable Build elects 8-10 innovators within the theme of sustainable building. Being one of

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ECOR’s Corporate Director Circular Economy presenting at COP23

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”.

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Press Release

DSM-Niaga announces research collaboration with ECOR

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.

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Avery Dennison pioneers with “Recycled” Labelexpo booth

Follow the Fibers, enabling your Circular Economy ambitions! Avery Dennison pioneers with “Recycled” Labelexpo booth Giving its Labelexpo theme of “Pioneering Change” a tangible touch, Avery Dennison has announced that its booth at the industry-leading trade show will be constructed

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