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.
Designbureau Zark takes companies, with Ecor as a base material, to hero status with their green TransVormer. These illustrative heroes are special tools and help reinforce marketing concepts. Circular resources take shape and become circular design heroes. They are extremely
Giulia Viero (ECOR Project Specialist) attended the annual meeting of the ScaleUp4Sustainability (S4S) consortium – held last month in Linköping, Sweden. The S4S project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and headed by the University of
Meet Giulia Viero, our Circular Economy and Climate Change Specialist. After pursuing a research Master in Environmental Governance at Utrecht University, Giulia joined Noble Environmental Europe at the beginning of 2019. She started in the Netherlands to work towards supporting
Our friends from 540 WORLD launched the world’s first Cradle to Cradle Design Directory (C2CDD), in which they were kind enough to include ECOR. The directory is a story, a family, a PR tool, a sales vehicle, a circular economy
Local designer and former ECOR employee, Mariëlle van der Schrier, was allowed to present her new hat designs at the sustainability themed PrinsjesHatwalk in The Hague this year. Mariëlle presented 16 different hats and other headgear from her new collection,
Concourse, the store designer and concession builder focused purely on duty free and travel retail, has formalised an alliance that will see the company introduce sustainable materials in the design and implementation of brand activations and store builds. Last week,