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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

 

The clothing industry will certainly see this as an opportunity to make a profit by producing and selling clothes with 'modern' models, but at low prices. For the lower middle class, an industry like this will make it easier for them to stay 'up to date'. The clothing industry like this is commonly known as the Fast Fashion industry. The fast fashion clothing industry will produce clothes with 'current' models with low production costs. Maybe to some, this sounds interesting and very good. However, do you know the impact of this kind of clothing industry?

The Center for Energy Policy at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) noted that the energy-consuming industries as well as the biggest contributors to greenhouse gases are cement, petrochemicals and fertilizers, pulp and paper, and textiles. Head of the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Energy Policy Center Retno Gumilang Dewi assessed that the application of green industry standards in sectors that contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions is considered more effective than the carbon tax policy. He said on the one hand a carbon tax could encourage cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, as well as increase government revenues, and encourage investment towards clean energy in the industrial sector.

 

The City Government of Sawahlunto, West Sumatra is trying to accelerate the development of the weaving industry through the proposed construction of a weaving center and the revitalization of machinery and equipment for UPTD Textiles and textile products. Mayor of Sawahlunto Deri Asta, through his written statement, Friday said he had visited the Textile Center (BBT) in Bandung to discuss the synergy between the City Government and the BBT. "In a meeting with the Head of the Bandung Textile Center, Cahyadi, Thursday (27/02), he enthusiastically welcomed and was willing to review the needs of the development program as well as evaluate the current condition of the weaving industry in Sawahlunto," he said.