Why leaves?

Leaves in cities are biological wastes that need to be safely disposed of. Burning leaves catastrophically damages the ratio of nitrogen and oxygen because the air becomes polluted by emissions of carbon monoxide and other harmful gases that harm nature, animals and, of course, people.


At the same time, leaves are a source of cellulose from which paper is made. For us it is a valuable and affordable raw material that does not need to be paid for as it is a subject of disposing. Leaves are quickly recovered & available all year round. The pulp of the leaf can be a filler and 100% substitute for wood cellulose which is used in paper production.

" Our technology allows to produce cellulose from leaves without harming the environment."

Releaf technology is a revolutionary way to produce paper from renewable raw materials without the use of chemicals and reduced CO2 emissions by 78%.


Using only fallen leaveas and recycled fiber we make high-quality paper with its properties which are in no way inferior to ordinary paper.

How does it work?

Leaves transportation
We get leaves from urban ecosystems of cities collected in residental districts, parks, sidewalks. We do not blow leaves from trees.
We clean the leaves from solid compounds, dry it up and then granulate. It allows to store raw materials all year round and ensures the stability of the production cycle.
The leaves are processed into a special fiber which is the basis for creating a stable and environmentally friendly paper
Paper production
Filler and special reagents are added to the cleaned fiber, and a roll of paper is created with the help of a paper machine.

Leaves vs Wood

Why Releaf is better than ordinary paper from wood cellulose?

78% CO2

Emission less comparing to traditional paper manufacturing

36% CO2

Emission less comparing to recycled paper manufacturing

x15 less water

Consumption comparing to traditional paper manufacturing

x3 less energy

Consumption comparing to traditional paper manufacturing

30 days degradation

Degrades in 30 days in the soil while the period of biogradation of ordinary paper starts from 270 days

Bio safe

No hazardous chemical compounds are used while plain paper contains sulfur & chlorine compounds

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