Leaf paper invented by a Transcarpathian has been launched into industrial production (PHOTOS)

21 October 2020 11:44  41217788 0220083
Leaf paper invented by a Transcarpathian has been launched into industrial production (PHOTOS)

Transcarpathian inventor Valentin Frechka reported about it on Facebook
While still a schoolboy, he and his teacher came up with the technology of making paper from fallen leaves. With this discovery, he won the Olympics in the United States. 
The scientist says that while developing the RE-leaf PAPER project in Ukraine, he has faced a number of problems, including the lack of production facilities that would allow processing fallen leaves into fiber on an industrial scale. 
Now the Zhytomyr Cardboard Mill has started industrial production of the world's first paper made of fallen leaves using Valentin Frechka's technology. 
"We did it and achieved the production of the first industrial tonnage of leaf-based paper, which finally has the necessary mechanical characteristics and meets the specifications. This project is the result of hard work of a group of people across Ukraine and beyond, it is the result of hours of negotiations, tests, experiments, failures," - Valentin Frechka said. 
The scientist promises to soon post more new information about converting to paper bags and the possibility of purchasing products.  

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