ECOR® | The Shape of Green to Come ™
ECOR® is an innovative environmental core technology offering an extensive new generation of highly versatile, strong, lightweight, three-dimensional engineered molded fiber (3dEMF) panel products manufactured from an almost unlimited variety of readily-available, low-cost and underutilized raw material sources.
About Noble Environmental Technologies Corporation
Noble Environmental Technologies Corporation, is an innovative, private technology company founded to commercialize ECOR® - branded products, processes and other environmentally responsible clean technologies. NET has developed an exclusive eco-friendly, Three-Dimensional Engineered Molded Fiber (3DEMF) Composite Panel technology, named ECOR® Advanced Environmental Composite. The goal of the Company is to create revenue and profitability through the sale of the its advanced products and technologies, enabled by the development of its intellectual property rights in new green technology and sustainable product design. Key business channels include manufacturing, licensing, alliance partnerships, design collaborations and business development cooop[eratives with large and small enterprises, across industries and the globe. For more information about the company or products, contact 866-417-5518.
A manufacturing company touting its sustainable practices and forward-thinking product line has been gaining attention nationally as it has laid roots in Barrio Logan.
NOBLE Environmental Technologies, parent company of ECOR Global, is described as a clean manufacturer that produces a wide range of items with materials, including chairs, conference tables, toys, emergency shelters and signage.
San Diego, CA (January 17, 2013) –ECOR® Global, a subsidiary of Noble Environmental Technologies Corporation has created the first 100 percent sustainable set for 20th Century Fox's critically acclaimed comedy series "Raising Hope". 45 of the company's patented ECOR® panels were used to create a modern hotel suite for a two-part episode of the show.
San Diego, California - ECOR® Global, a subsidiary of Noble Environmental Technologies Corporation (NET) has featured its HoneyCor™ product in Vincent Lamouroux's art installation in the LOST (in LA) major art exhibition of International Contemporary and Modern Art. The exhibit is being held at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Art Park, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is best use for the product?
There are literally thousands of uses for ECOR® and our customers are finding new uses everyday. Some of the immediate areas we are selling include interior design, wayfinding and display, as a major grocer is expanding the material use for store signage, display, floating decorative ceiling panels, table tops and end caps. These products are compelling examples for displacement of wood, plastics and particleboard for lightweight, strong, design flexible and environmentally friendly materials that are in demand today.
What are the attributes of the products compared to competition?
ECOR® characteristics extend well beyond the competitive environment of alternative products and include: 1/4 the weight and 4X the strength of particleboard in comparably thick materials, design flexibility, shapes, curves and versatile product geometry, easy to work without splintering, made from 100% post-consumer recycled content and other abundantly available cellulose fiber sources, 100% non-toxic with no VOC's or off-gassing, no formaldehyde or other chemical additives and a clean technology manufacturing process.
What are the raw materials used to make the product?
An extensive base of abundant, low or no cost cellulose fiber waste and raw materials include cardboard, newpaper, recycled paper, agricultural fibers including raw plant fibers and bovine processed fibers, underutilized cereal crop residues such as wheat and rice straw are a few examples of the ubiquitous nature of ECOR®.
Are there patents that protect the technology?
NET has a comprehensive intellectual property platform to build on its two US patent-pending applications and has begun filing international patent applications beginning in Europe.