Batik-Maker Puts Green Stamp on Indonesian Artform
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Batik is part of the fabric of Indonesia - it's been produced here for centuries. But the beauty of the finished product comes at a cost. The process uses wax, dyes and bleach, which by conventional practice, end up in the country's river systems. Now, one manufacturer is trying to change that. Hanny Winotosastro's factory is using limestone to treat waste water before discarding it.

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