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Published on Thursday, 18 April 2013

Greenpeace flags up textile pollution in Indonesia

Written by John Mowbray

Indonesia pollutionJAKARTA – High street retailers including Gap, H&M, Brooks Brothers and adidas have been linked to two polyester textile production facilities that allegedly dump wastewater polluted with hazardous chemicals such as nonylphenol and tributyl phosphate into the Citarum River in Indonesia, according to the latest exposé from Greenpeace.


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