Ecor is a 100% USDA-certified bio-based material composite that can be engineered to custom specifications. Ecor uses cellulose fiber such as paper, newsprint, cardboard, or agricultural fibers. Ecor is flexible and durable material with a variety of potential applications across multiple industries, including interior design, exhibition design, theater, arts and crafts, and packaging. Contact: Noble Environmental Technologies, San Diego, CA, USA.

Ecor is a 100% USDA-certified bio-based material composite that can be engineered to custom specifications. Ecor uses cellulose fiber such as paper, newsprint, cardboard, or agricultural fibers. Ecor is flexible and durable material with a variety of potential applications across multiple industries, including interior design, exhibition design, theater, arts and crafts, and packaging. Contact: Noble Environmental Technologies, San Diego, CA, USA.

Ari Jónsson uses algae to create biodegradable water bottles

Ari Jónsson uses algae to create biodegradable water bottles

For Icelandic product designer Ari Jónsson, product design provides means to change the world. Recently he introduced a green alternative to plastic bottles. It’s natural, biodegradable and made of.

BIO-BASED LYCRA Developed by Invista, a version of Lycra composed of at least 70 percent corn-derived dextrose.

BIO-BASED LYCRA Developed by Invista, a version of Lycra composed of at least 70 percent corn-derived dextrose.

Tetra Pak lanceert eerste verpakking volledig gemaakt van hernieuwbare biobased materialen

Tetra Pak lanceert eerste verpakking volledig gemaakt van hernieuwbare biobased materialen

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Shoe made of eucalyptus wood

Shoe made of eucalyptus wood

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