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Red Leaf Pulp is hiring a Manager of Sustainability & Community Engagement

May 3, 2022


Red Leaf Pulp seeking a Manager of Sustainability & Community Engagement. The position can be based out of Regina, Kelowna, or Vancouver. Click here for more information and to apply. 

Red Leaf Pulp to Host Virtual Open House January 20, 2022

January 6, 2022


Red Leaf Pulp will host its second open house to update the public on the project’s progress. Representatives from Red Leaf Pulp would like to share project information, provide an opportunity to discuss the public’s interests and address questions about the project. Pre-register for the webinar here. Click here for more information.

Red Leaf Pulp Awarded $3.8 Million to Commercialize Non-Wood Pulping Technology

December 1, 2021


Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) has invested $3.8M to advance commercialization of Red Leaf's pulping technology. Download the news release here or view the Government of Canada's announcement here.  

Pulp & Paper Canada Features Red Leaf Pulp in Fall 2021 Issue

October 15, 2021


Red Leaf Pulp is the "[n]ew kid on the block. Canada’s pulp mix – and circular economy – is about to grow, thanks to Red Leaf Pulp". Download the full issue here.

Red Leaf Pulp to Host Producer Meetings

September 28, 2021

Red Leaf Pulp will be hosting meetings for producers in Bethune, Milestone, Indian Head, and Pense during the week of October 4, 2021. These meetings are being held to allow the Company to secure straw supply for the facility, and provide an opportunity for further engagement with the producer community. Click here for more information. 

Red Leaf Pulp Hosts Open House Event in Regina

August 25, 2021

The Company successfully held an Open House for the general public to learn more about the Project in Regina on August 25, 2021. For those who were unable to attend, a copy of the presentation can be downloaded here.

Valmet and Red Leaf Pulp Sign Exclusive Teaming Agreement for New Pulp Technology

June 25, 2021

Red Leaf Pulp is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive teaming agreement with Valmet - the world's largest pulp and paper equipment supplier. This validates Red Leaf's proprietary pulping process and provides a pathway to scale-up the technology in the future. See more here.

Ag Talk - Red Leaf Pulp at Canada's Farm Show 2021

June 17, 2021

Martin Pudlas and Joe Hinz were guests on Canada's Farm Show to discuss increased sustainability and revenue in agriculture. Click here to view the presentation.

Red Leaf Pulp CEO Martin Pudlas Interviewed by BNN Bloomberg

June 8, 2021

Red Leaf CEO Martin Pudlas was featured on BNN Bloomberg's Commodity Show to discuss Canada's first wheat straw pulp facility. Watch the interview here.

Red Leaf Pulp Selects Regina as Location for $350 Million Wheat Straw Pulp Mill

June 1, 2021

Red Leaf Pulp has selected Regina, Saskatchewan as the location for the Company's initial wheat straw pulp mill. Read the full announcement here

Red Leaf Pulp Secures $395,000 from Innovation Saskatchewan

May 25, 2021

Red Leaf Pulp is pleased to announce the award of a non-repayable grant from the Province of Saskatchewan’s SAIF (Saskatchewan Advantage Innovation Fund) program, administered by Innovation Saskatchewan. SAIF is a research and development program intended to support and accelerate commercialization of game-changing technological innovation in Saskatchewan’s core sectors. See here for more.

Red Leaf Pulp Ltd. Reports Life Cycle Assessment of New Wheat Straw Based Pulp

March 29, 2021

Red Leaf Pulp is excited to announce the completion of our initial Life Cycle Assessment conducted by NatureBank which concludes that our pulp will be the lowest carbon-intensive pulp on the planet, virgin or recycled. Read the full article here.

Red Leaf Secures Funding Through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Agricultural Clean Technology Program

March 22, 2021

We are excited to announce Red Leaf Pulp's successful application to Agriculture and Agri-food Canada (AAFC)'s Agricultural Clean Technology Program (ACT) for $495,000. This funding will support Red Leaf's development and ultimately the growth of the bio-economy in Canada. See more here.

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