Architect Magazine Selects ECOR as one of 9 Socially Responsible Products
ARCHITECT magazine offers architecture news, market intelligence, business and technology solutions, continuing education, building products, and other resources for practicing architects. This feature highlights socially responsible products and design materials that “do good” for both the environment and society at large.
“Doing Good by Design”
These design-savvy socially responsible products bolster local industry worldwide and keep waste out of landfills.
From providing job training for disadvantaged groups to recycling materials that don’t sit well in landfills, these products embody social and environmental responsibility—sustainable products that range from hand-woven carpets, to locally sourced wood, and to a composite material composed of recycled milk jugs.
HoneyCor ESP, Noble Environmental Technologies
To create a sustainable alternative to wood and composite panels, Noble Environmental Technologies mixed post-consumer recycled and bio-based cellulose fibers with water, turned up the heat, and compressed the material into rigid, structural forms. Because the materials to make ECOR can be found anywhere, manufacturing and other ECOR-related jobs can also be created locally and in communities around the globe. Read full article from Architect Magazine >