Canada's First Non-Wood Pulp Facility

Creating Sustainable and Environmentally Conscious Consumer Products
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Turning agricultural residue with no previous end-use into high quality, low-carbon pulp.

 
Waste Reduction
Process

Red Leaf's process is an environmentally conscious pulping method that will revolutionize the paper industry. Pulp generated from non-wood fibres has the physical characteristics that are comparable to hardwood and superior to recycled fiber.

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Products

Consumer products from non-wood pulp:

  • Packaging

  • Molded products (cups, plates, trays, to-go-boxes)

  • Tissue and towel

Red Leaf's co-product is the secondary product of the conversion process which is a lignin, hemicellulose and mineral rich liquid stream with applications into low-carbon fuel pathways.

 
Facility

The first operating plant will be constructed in Regina, Saskatchewan. The raw material used to produce the pulp will be wheat straw. Production is expected to start in 2024.  

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