Technology that can touch everyone’s lives
ECOPURO® is a Research & Development company focused on advanced material technologies.
Our company’s goal is giving our partners a significant advantage over their competition with our patented structural particle BOUNDARY BREAKER®.
17-18 SEP 2019
Polymers in Flooring Meet us @ The Westin Buckhead Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, United States The 3rd edition of AMI’s Polymers in Flooring US conference will take place on September 17-18, 2019 at the Westin Buckhead Atlanta in Atlanta, GA. Polymer flooring is in the midst of a transition and is experiencing a wave of investment that shows no signs of abating. It also has uses across a diverse range of applications from residential, commercial and industrial to healthcare, sports and leisure. Innovative high-quality products enabled by new materials and process developments are changing customer perceptions and opening up new high-value markets.
16-23 OCT 2019
K-Show in Germany Meet us @ The K-Show in Düsseldorf, Germany The K-Show is the World’s No. 1 trade fair for plastics and rubber. At K 2019 global market leaders to young spin-offs present their impressive capabilities. High-calibre trade visitors from over 100 countries make use of K as the ideal business platform for information and investment. If you would like to schedule a meeting, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com
Particle additive yields plastics recycling benefits via ‘tumbling mixing blades “Ecopuro® has created an engineered structural particle it calls “Boundary Breaker®”. The company, which performs its technical operations in Grand Rapids, Mich. and has its headquarters in Denver, recently provided Plastics Recycling Update with details on the product, including how it can reduce plastics recycling costs and boost the properties of recycled-plastic products.” /published by Plastics Recycling Update, a resource Recycling Inc. publication
Plastics eMarket Publication
Boundary Breaker® has the potential to boost plastic recycling
“Ecopuro® based in Denver, CO, recently announced the development of a structural particle that it claims will break down and scatter contaminants, boost throughputs, and disperse other additives when added to a recycled plastic melt stream…” /published by Plastics eMarket, a Kamweld Technologies Publication