On the heels of EYELEVEL and ECOR’s collaboration announcement, Patagonia becomes first to innovate with the two circular-economy industry leaders. [AMSTERDAM, NL] – 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

ECOR, the global leader in sustainable materials and solutions for the circular economy, has announced a strategic partnership with InnerWorkings, the leading marketing execution firm. This partnership will provide InnerWorkings clients with the leading technology for sustainable materials and solutions for the circular economy, developed by Noble Environmental Technologies. The ECOR team has a successful

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. EYELEVEL’s heritage with retail experience design coupled with ECOR’s sustainable core material will yield retail

100 of the world’s frontrunners 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 ECOR materials. The day was ushered in with a reception by mayor Antoine Scholten and a tour

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.

The Netherlands: DMS Niaga, a subsidiary of nutrition major Royal DSM, is linking up with sustainable construction materials expert ECOR for a project focusing on the development of fully-recyclable alternatives to particleboard, MDF and other panel products used in building/construction, furniture, interior decoration and displays. ‘Looking at the piles of waste generated by the interior and

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

ECOR was included in Kingfisher’s Sustainable Home Product Guidelines, on p. 38  in Appendix 5: Recycled content, as a sustainable alternative to particleboard.

By Georg Mueller-Hof Vice President Marketing at Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials There’s been a lot of talk over the years about sustainability in the business world, and especially in our business, the pressure-sensitive label industry. It’s one thing to talk about sustainability, to want sustainability, and to encourage it.  It’s another to make

There are lots of businesses making claims about being sustainable these days and the current trend is to go all out and make a big bold statement about how circular your business is – Ikea, P&G, Unilever, to name a few in 2017 already. At Bioregional, we are always looking for ways to support and