UCL IEDELearn: ECOR: Enabling the Circular Economy ambition of others

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You are invited to attend the latest UCL IEDELearn Lecture, which will be given by Eric Logtens, Director of Noble Environmental Europe AG.

Eric will talk on the Circular Economy and Circular Materials and the example of ECOR and its applications.

The talk will include a short introduction on a new initiative, the Circular Economy Laboratory (CircEL) jointly founded by:

Dr Teresa Domenech – UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

Professor Julia Stegemann - UCL Department of Civil Environmental and Geomatic Engineering

Dr Ben Croxford – UCL Institute for Environmental Design Engineering

More information can be found on the UCL Circular Economy Lab website.


The lecture will be followed by a networking drinks reception from 7pm.

This is a UCL IEDELearn Event; IEDE Lectures, Events and Research Networks


Speaker Biography:

NOBLE Environmental Technologies, a San Diego, California-based corporation, developed ECOR, an environmentally friendly and cradle-to-cradle building material, through a partnership with the US Department of Agriculture, and is the sole and exclusive producer and patent-holder for ECOR-based materials.

ECOR represents the future of sustainability and green building; beginning as a waste-to-product manufacturing process and resulting in high-performance, sustainable & healthy building materials, which uniquely enables circular economic principles for starting with waste resources and enabling recycling at the end of a products life cycle. ECOR is 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 performance and versatile design opportunities.

Eric Logtens has extensive experience working with varied concepts for a circular economy and amongst other things, will argue the need for solid cooperation between industries and (local / national)governmental bodies.

www.ecorglobal.com / www.ecorbenelux.com

Proud member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation the CE100.


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