Timeline

October 28th 2016

ecoXpac elected to the Danish Government Advisory Board for circular economy

October 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. Press her for more info

August 25th 2016

Minister of Business & Growth visits ecoXpac

August 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.

May 17th 2016

Back to nature in just 49 days

May 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.

April 14th 2016

IPC patent registration for IDT tray

April 14th 2016
April 14th 2016

IPC patent registration for IDT bottle

April 14th 2016
January 11th 2016

BillerudKorsnäs AB acquire 10% stake in ecoXpac

January 11th 2016
August 22nd 2015

The first urn produced

August 22nd 2015
January 22nd 2015

World Economic Forum 2015

January 22nd 2015

Carlsberg Breweries show the Green Fiber Bottle at World Economic Forum in Davos

January 22nd 2015

Carlsberg Breweries announce its collaboration with ecoXpac

January 22nd 2015

ecoXpac will work together with Carlsberg in creating the Green Fiber Bottle

January 1st 2015

Technical University of Denmark joins in

January 1st 2015

DTU join ecoXpac and Carlsberg in developing the Green Fiber Bottle

December 1st 2014

Development the future bottle

December 1st 2014

Will replace plastic with bio-degradable fibers/recycling paper

December 1st 2014

Innovations Fund Denmark joins in with a subsidy

December 1st 2014
November 3rd 2014

The early beginnings of Impulse Drying Technology

November 3rd 2014

First run with “Black Betty” production plant showing the initial steps of IDT

November 1st 2014

Vacuum technique developed and tested

November 1st 2014
August 3rd 2014

Development and test of waterproof barrier inside the Green Fiber Bottle

August 3rd 2014
July 23rd 2014

New collaboration launched with Danish Technological Institute

July 23rd 2014

How to produce a Green Fiber Bottle of recycling paper

September 20th 2013

The Market Development Fund provides subsidies

September 20th 2013
June 8th 2013

The first bottle produced in our first bottle production system

June 8th 2013
June 6th 2011

Produce items for Danfoss

June 6th 2011
January 1st 2009

Produce items for Rapidrop

January 1st 2009
September 16th 2005

Foundation of ecoXpac

September 16th 2005