Sustainability is both a good thing and an ever-evolving thing. To stay ahead of the curve, Waste Management’s Executive Sustainability Forum brought together industry-leading experts for companies looking to take their environmental mission to an even higher level.  Watch Robert Noble’s talk at the Waste Management 2014 Sustainability Forum.

Steve Potisk interviews Noble Environmental Technologies [NET] Founder and CEO, Robert Noble, about ECOR sustainable material technology.

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What is ECOR?

This is a new material technology that is pure, sustainable, and green. It made from water, fiber, heat, and pressure. There is NO formaldehyde, chemicals, petroleum, and no toxic additives whatsoever. We can make it out of any fiber, mostly from recycled paper, card board, and even cow pies.