On Wednesday December 19th 2018, Circular Economy frontrunner Noble Environmental Technologies Europe BV (NETE) and Dutch development bank FMO signed an agreement that aims to validate a circular value chain with Indian agricultural crop residue. Even though Indian farmers
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.
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.
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.