Horizon2020-Spire project.November 1st 2017
ecoXpac enter Oct. 1st, 2017, a four-year Horizon2020-Spire project (Project ID 768604) funded under; Sustainable, resource-efficient and low-carbon technologies in energy-intensive process industries. The objective for ecoXpac and nine other consortium partners around Europe, including ABB Poland and VTT Finland, is a pilot line based on novel manufacturing technologies for cellulose-based electrical insulation components.
The Chairman of the Environment and Food Committee visit ecoXpacMay 2nd 2017
On Februar 22th 2017 the Chairman of the Environment and Food Committee, Pia Adelsteen and Peter Bo Andersen Frederikssund Erhverv, Visit ecoXpac and showed great interest in our sustainable production of fully biodegradable packaging solutions
ecoXpac elected to the Danish Government Advisory Board for circular economyOctober 28th 2016
The government wants to boost the circular economy, where resources and materials reused and applied to new circuit with new growth opportunities for Danish companies.
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Minister of Business & Growth visits ecoXpacAugust 25th 2016
On August 25th 2016, the minister of business and growth, Troels L. Poulsen (V), visited ecoXpac for a presentation on technology and product growth potential. The minister initialized a biodegradability test of the iconic Green Fiber Bottle.
Back to nature in just 49 daysMay 17th 2016
Research on GFB degradability.
Fiber samples showed a weight loss of around 40 % after 2 weeks. After only 7 weeks all buried samples were completely degraded. Research by: Bodil E. Pallesen & Lasse K.Andersen from Danish Technological Institute.
IPC patent registration for IDT trayApril 14th 2016
IPC patent registration for IDT bottleApril 14th 2016
BillerudKorsnäs AB acquire 10% stake in ecoXpacJanuary 11th 2016
The first urn producedAugust 22nd 2015
World Economic Forum 2015January 22nd 2015
Carlsberg Breweries show the Green Fiber Bottle at World Economic Forum in Davos
Carlsberg Breweries announce its collaboration with ecoXpacJanuary 22nd 2015
ecoXpac will work together with Carlsberg in creating the Green Fiber Bottle
Technical University of Denmark joins inJanuary 1st 2015
DTU join ecoXpac and Carlsberg in developing the Green Fiber Bottle
Development the future bottleDecember 1st 2014
Will replace plastic with bio-degradable fibers/recycling paper
Innovations Fund Denmark joins in with a subsidyDecember 1st 2014
The early beginnings of Impulse Drying TechnologyNovember 3rd 2014
First run with “Black Betty” production plant showing the initial steps of IDT
Vacuum technique developed and testedNovember 1st 2014
Development and test of waterproof barrier inside the Green Fiber BottleAugust 3rd 2014
New collaboration launched with Danish Technological InstituteJuly 23rd 2014
How to produce a Green Fiber Bottle of recycling paper