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Written by Maizer   
Tuesday, 05 March 2019

The textile industry is often accused of producing waste. Therefore, in order to eliminate this stigma, the textile industry is felt to have to implement the transformation in its production system.

 

Chairman of the Chemical Engineering Study Program at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering, Islamic University of Indonesia (UII), Suharno Rusdi confirmed this condition. In fact, this condition is quite one of the reasons that the textile industries in Bandung are closed.

 

He considered, it must be changed. According to Suharno, the change can be started from the mindset of the textile industry actors themselves. Primarily, in order to no longer use raw materials that produce waste for the environment.

 

As a raw material, he sees the textile industry in Indonesia cannot continue to rely on very limited cotton. Suharno himself proposed the use of rayon or wood fibers with abundant sources in Indonesia.

 

Moreover, until now, cotton materials produced in Indonesia still have to import. Therefore, if raw materials can utilize wealth from within the country, it can certainly reduce the amount of Indonesian imports for textiles.

 

To give color, can not only  done by dipping  it into a coloring solution. He stressed, there  are nano technology and plasma technology that can be utilized and more environmentally friendly.

 

Nano technology, for example, is a smoothed dye  that is so smooth and can be up to 0.01 millimeters. Later, the substance can only be sprayed which means it does not produce a lot of waste water.

 

"It does not cause sound waste or waste water, water use still exists but the amount is very small," Suharno said at FTI UII.

 

Suharno stressed that it would also be one of the main discussions at the Indonesian Textile Experts Association (IKATSI) Congress. The Ikatan Congress will be held in Yogyakarta on March 7, 2019.

 

The IKATSI Congress is expected to not only bring  together  textile experts in Indonesia. The Congress must also prepare them to face the challenges of the Indonesian textile industry in the future.

 

IKATSI must be aware that the growth of the textile industry and national textile products has yet to be optimized. Not to mention, there are problems of human resources in the industrial world that must be answered, ranging from limited quantity, lack of opportunities to improve quality because they have to compete with foreign workers, to the connectivity of experts and industries that appear to have not been well established.

 

The need for skilled human resources in the textile product industry is believed to actually increase in the era of industrial revolution 4.0. Therefore, universities must also increase the production of skilled human resources in the field.

 

"It is predicted that the textile industry and textile products will be revived because the export market and domestic needs are growing," Suharno said.

 

 

 

Industri Tekstil Pendam Beban Transformasi

 

 

 

Industri tekstil kerap tertuduh sebagai penghasil limbah. Karenanya, demi menghapus stigma tersebut, industri tekstil dirasa harus turut menerapkan transformasi dalam sistem produksinya.

 

Ketua Program Studi Teknik Kimia Fakultas Teknik Industri Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII), Suharno Rusdi membenarkan kondisi tersebut. Malah, kondisi itu cukup menjadi salah satu alasan industri-industri tekstil di Bandung ditutup.

 

Ia menilai, itu harus diubah. Menurut Suharno, perubahan itu dapat dimulai dari pola pikir pelaku-pelaku industri tekstil itu sendiri. Utamanya, agar tidak lagi menggunakan bahan-bahan baku yang menghasilkan limbah bagi lingkungan.

 

Sebagai bahan baku, ia melihat industri tekstil di Indonesia tidak bisa terus mengandalkan bahan katun yang sangat terbatas. Suharno sendiri mengusulkan penggunaan rayon atau serat-serat kayu yang sumbernya melimpah di Indonesia.

 

Terlebih, hingga kini, bahan-bahan katun yang diproduksi di Indonesia masih harus mengimpor. Karenanya, jika bahan baku bisa memanfaatkan kekayaan dari dalam negeri tentu bisa mengurangi jumlah impor Indonesia untuk tekstil.

 

Untuk memberikan warna, hari ini tidak cuma bisa dilakukan dengan mencelupkan ke larutan pewarna. Ia menekankan, ada teknologi nano dan teknologi plasma yang bisa dimanfaatkan dan lebih ramah lingkungan.

 

Teknologi nano misalnya, merupakan zat pewarna yang dihaluskan sampai begitu halus dan bisa sampai 0,01 milimeter. Nantinya, zat itu tinggal disemprotkan yang artinya tidak menghasilkan banyak air limbah.

 

"Tidak menimbulkan limbah suara atau limbah air, penggunaan air tetap ada tapi jumlahnya sangat sedikit," kata Suharno di FTI UII.

 

Suharno menekankan, itu pula yang akan menjadi salah satu pembahasan utama di Kongres Ikatan Ahli Tekstil Seluruh Indonesia (IKATSI). Kongres Ikatsi akan diselenggarakan di Yogyakarta pada 7 Maret 2019.

 

Kongres IKATSI diharapkan tidak cuma dapat mempersatukan ahli-ahli tekstil di Indonesia. Kongres harus pula mempersiapkan mereka untuk menghadapi tantangan industri tekstil Indonesia pada masa mendatang.

 

IKATSI harus sadar pertumbuhan industri tekstil dan produk tekstil nasional hingga kini belum dapat dioptimalkan. Belum lagi, ada permasalahan sumber daya manusia dalam dunia industri yang harus bisa dijawab, mulai dari keterbatasan kuantitas, minimnya kesempatan untuk meningkatkan kualitas karena harus bersaing dengan tenaga kerja asing, hingga konektivitas tenaga ahli dan industri yang tampak belum terjalin baik.

 

Kebutuhan sumber daya manusia terampil industri produk tekstil diyakini malah akan meningkat di era revolusi industri 4.0. Karenanya, perguruan tinggi harus pula meningkatkan produksi sumber daya manusia terampil bidang tersebut.

 

"Diprediksi industri tekstil dan produk tekstil kembali menggeliar karena pasar ekspor dan kebutuhan domestik tumbuh," ujar Suharno.

 
		
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