The worlds most
climate friendly paper
The paper mill is located in a densely forested area in the south of Sweden and we have the expertise to incorporate environmental thinking into the production of high quality design paper.
Rooted in the Swedish forests
Lessebo Paper is located in a densely forested area right between large shallow lakes in the inland region of Småland. We have produced paper generation over generation, developing the most climate friendly paper in the world. It is in our nature to care and foster the surroundings for the coming generations.The result of our hard work is a fully biodegradable and recyclable paper, made of 100% TCF pulp. Produced with responsibility for our environment – and the coming generations.
More trees are planted than harvested
All forestry operations are FSC® and/or PEFC™ certified
Zero waste to landfill
The waste we cannot recycle is donated to local producers of biofuel
Energy from renewable sources
The waste energy supplies the houses in Lessebo with district heating
Releasing clean water
The water released from our paper mill is cleaner than the water we take in
Welcome to the inspiring and diverse world of climate friendly paper. We have for generations developed our paper qualities and we frequently push the art of making paper beyond the limits.
CO2 per ton paper (an equivalent paper emits 616kg CO2 )
growth of standing volume in Swedish forests from 1920 (SLU, 2019)
Lessebo Paper meets the most stringent environmental requirements and the paper may be used for printed matter marked with the reputable Nordic Ecolabel.
Lessebo Paper launches Lessebo Recycled May 28, 2019 Lessebo Paper today launched its new paper quality – Lessebo Recycled, an entirely new line produced from recycled paper. Lessebo Recycled is developed for those looking for recycled paper, but at the same time want...
Lessebo is celebrating 300 years of paper production Dec 20, 2018 The knowledge of producing paper is deeply rooted in Lessebo. The mill started in 1658 refining iron ore into pure iron, in 1719 Lessebo received permission to produce paper from the Swedish National...
Lessebo Paper invests 50 Million SEK in pulp millDec 6, 2018Lessebo, Sweden There is a long history of pulp production at Lessebo Paper. Thanks to a 50 Million SEK investment, the pulp will be re-commissioned mid-2019, resulting in 20-25 new jobs. “Investing in the...