Liofyllo is an idiom to say olive leaf at Greek language. The Social Cooperative Enterprise is in the early stage of creation and development. Liofyllo, in harmony with the principles of the circular economy, creates a novel eco-friendly material from the untapped olive leaves and bio-based or/and biodegradable adhesives. Its mission is to manage mostly the biomass of the olive leaves that is discarded during the production process of olive oil and replace materials which are not environmentally friendly (e.g. wooden panels, plastics, rocks, etc). This new material is used for a wide variety of constructions, artworks, products and objects in order to protect the environment and promote the Mediterranean and, in particular, the Greek culture. Until now, Liofyllo produces the Welia (as wooden panels) and Marelia (as tiles and marble) panels. In addition, it processes panels that are destroyed during the production and reuses them as raw material to create unique pieces of art. The products work as special souvenirs, awards, memorabilia, and works of art.