General view of autumn fallen leaves.
Clearance of paper casting from fallen leaves.
Closeup of the surface of the package of fallen leaves.

The world's first manufacturer and supplier of paper products from fallen leaves



A new generation technology of fallen leaves processing into sustainable paper products

The new challenges facing humanity are forcing people to seek solutions to new problems.
Our team set itself the task of finding a solution to achieve sustainability in the production of paper using new raw materials – fallen leaves, instead of wood.
Yes, it is the fallen leaves, because the annually renewable raw material became the basis of our activity and gave rise to RE-leaf!
We have developed a unique technology that has turned deciduous biomass into paper that is not inferior to ordinary.

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from Mother Nature herself

At RELEAF PAPER, simply selling products has never been enough. That’s why we’ve taken the time and effort to ensure our production process is at the highest level possible. With our extensive experience and your satisfaction as our number one priority, rest assured your needs will always be met here. Read below to learn more.


New innovative raw materials for the paper production

In the production of paper, new raw materials can mainly be used as the main or second component, instead of the usual cellulose. The production and use of RELEAF FIBRE ® are protected by a patent. RELEAF FIBRE ® is produced purely mechanically and without chemical additives.

RELEAF FIBRE ® is suitable either as a supplement to raw materials or as a substitute for fresh fibres.

Kraft paper as an ideal of sustainability

The use of RELEAF FIBER ® in the production of kraft paper RE-leaf PAPER ® allows us to achieve the highest quality indicators. Thanks to the unique colour of the paper, important messages about sustainability and the environment are transmitted reliably. The paper is suitable for printing as well as for packages, cardboard, packaging, etc.

Individual approach to sustainability in packaging

We use RELEAF FIBER ® in the production of cast packaging. We make packaging for berries, fruits, eggs, bottles, adding waste paper according to your requirements. Our cast packaging is characterized by special strength indicators. Products are subject to recycling.


Features of our production

New closed CO2 technology of paper production from fallen leaves, allows consuming paper products without harming the environment


Replacing 17 trees with 2.3 T of leaves for 1 T. of paper


Our production is free from sulfur and chlorine compounds


Water consumption is reduced in 15 (!) times on  production of fiber


78.3% reduction in CO2 emissions during production

How is RELEAF PAPER made?

RELEAF PAPER is made of fallen leaves coming to the enterprise from cities. This makes it possible to solve the problem of the utilization of plant waste in the urban ecosystem and preserve the integrity of forest ecosystems.

  • Collecting fallen leaves.

Fallen leaves get to the processing plant from city parks, squares, territories where it is necessary to carry out sanitary works, that is why we do NOT collect leaves from forests! 


  • Getting fibrous mass.

The leaves, cleaned of debris, are loaded into a special chemical reactor, in which, under the influence of physical and chemical processes, fibres are extracted from the raw materials, from which paper will be made.

  • Fibre washing and grinding.

The pulp is washed several times to remove foreign structures that are not used for paper production. Because we do not use sulfur-containing chemical components, the washing process is very simple and low cost.

  • The pulp is converted into rolls of paper.

The fibrous pulp is mixed with biological fillers, and then a huge machine that collects the pulp into a solid canvas and then dries it into rolls of paper.


Whether you’re a one-time buyer or looking to buy in bulk, you can count on us to provide great products and excellent service, every step of the way. Browse our inventory below and get in touch if you can’t find what you’re looking for.