All the raw and auxiliary materials that are used are selected with a view to achieving the highest product safety and the greatest possible conservation of resources!

The plant in Schwedt is located directly on the Lower Oder Valley National Park. This is the only national park in Brandenburg, the only lood plains national park in Germany and only national park with a Polish-German orientation.

The mill Schrobenhausen borders a nature reserve, known as a FFH Area (FFH means Flora-Fauna-Habitat-Directive).


Paper has been around for over 2000 years, but the recent decades have seen an unprecedented grade development driven by customer needs. LEIPA papers – whether used for mail order catalogues or product enhancing packaging – have o­ne central theme in common: 100 pct recycled fibres. We utilize 1 million t waste paper per year.

Even though ecological friendliness runs through our entire product range this does not in itself make our products great. The final product must also meet the specifications and demands of today’s end-users.

Both our mill sites – Schwedt and Schrobenhausen – are certified to DIN EN ISO 9001 and DIN EN ISO 14001. Our integrated management system is fully transparent and provides for continuing improvement of our processes. Such is our commitment to partners, customers, employees and other stakeholders.

We strive to exceed annually set targets in terms of environmental protection and work safety and integrate this work into all our work processes. Investments in equipment are complemented by investments in employee training, thus forming the basis for harmony between industrial production and the nature around us.

Our objective remains firm; to further improve and develop our recycled based paper grades to meet the needs and expectations of tomorrow’s markets.
Umwelterklärung Werk Schwedt Nord 2017