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Webinar: ECOR & Designing Products for the Circular Economy

Join on Monday, March 20th to learn about ECOR, a leading Cradle to Cradle Certified™ material that represents the future of sustainability, green building, and regenerative product design. 

Beginning as a waste-to-product manufacturing process and resulting in high-performance, sustainable & healthy building materials, ECOR uniquely enables and activates circular economies.

Register Here for Monday, March 20th 
8:30am PT / 11:30 ET / 4:30 CET

With the new Best Use of Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Material prize for Design Challenge V, this webinar will provide key insights and Ideas for how you can incorporate this material into your design concept. 

NOBLE Environmental Technologies, a California-based corporation developed ECOR, made of 100% recycled cellulose fibers locally sourced from urban, farm and forest waste materials, completely free of toxins and VOCs and C2C certified. ECOR is solely made with water, pressure and heat. ECOR offers an advanced design, great performances and versatile design opportunities. Find out more about this material below:


Speakers

Eric Logtens, Corporate Director Circular Economy
Noble Environmental Technologies

Eric began his career as an occupational healthcare therapist and ergonomist. In the early nineties, he founded and grew one of the first Dutch consultancy firms specializing occupational healthcare, ergonomic training, and ergonomic advisory services. Eric worked simultaneously as turnaround consultant through interim management appointments. He later built an international sub distribution network in the office furniture industry with key activities as strategic marketing positioning, sales, logistics, service and repair. In early 2003, Eric chose to focus on C2C and gained in-depth knowledge and experience with the implementation of the principles in practice. He later founded the first Dutch full operational lease company for office furniture. This company’s first leasing projects started in 2009 and transformed the Total Cost of Ownership into Earning by Usership. As a result, this was seen as one of the very early adopters and a prime model of how to apply and implement the principles of the Circular Economy. This recognition led Eric to search for innovations and materials that would replace the “less bad” paradigm and eliminate the concept of linear production and waste. ECOR, Eric believes, is the answer to it all.

Daan de Haan, Designer 

Julian Quintaes, Global Customer Relationship Manager
Noble Environmental Technologies