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 residual materials, 100% recyclable, and is cradle-to-cradle compliant.
Noble Environmental Technologies And The Municipality Of Boxtel Join Forces At GreenTech Park Brabant
On Tuesday 9 October 2018, the municipality of Boxtel and Noble Environmental Technologies signed an agreement for collaboration at GreenTech Park Brabant in Boxtel. By doing so, both parties commit to achieving a feasible business case for Noble Environmental Technologies. The company wants to open a production facility for ECOR® materials at GreenTech Park in the future.
How Retail Experience Design Pushes Innovation In Sustainability By Incorporating Earth-Friendly Circular Construction
EYELEVEL and ECOR recently formed a strategic partnership around their shared vision to co-create circular retail environment solutions, and the first results of the cooperation have been facilitated by Ventura, CA-based outdoor retailer and environmental champion, Patagonia.
EYELEVEL and ECOR have formed a strategic partnership around their shared vision to realize and co-create circular retail environment solutions. The announcement comes during Holland’s Circular Economy Week, a living lab of innovations and a breeding space for international partnerships.
On May 9th, in Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico, ECOR presented it’s circular economy insights at the conference: “Impulsando el cambio hacia una economía circular” (“Promoting the shift towards a circular economy”).
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**.