WASARA is proud to use 100% tree-free, renewable materials, specifically, bamboo and bagasse.

Learn more about WASARA Sustainability.  


Manufacturing procesS

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1. DefIbratinG

Here the raw material, bamboo and bagasse, is broken down into its fibrous components and mixed with water in a pulping machine.

2. Percolating

Unwanted material such as bark is removed by percolating the pulp through a fine filter.

3.Paper Making

The filtered pulp is strained into the desired thickness with a screen and placed on top of a mold. The excess pulp is returned to pulper as recycled pulp.

4. Molding

WASARA’s signature shapes are produced by a two part mold which applies heat and pressure to form the shape and remove moisture from the paper pulp.

5. Punching

Excess material is cut away by the punching trimmer and the remainder is returned to pulper as recycled pulp.

6. Inspection and Packaging

Each item is subjected to a detailed visual inspected and passed through a metal detector before being packaged and sealed in a paper bag.