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Natural Dyes Reduce Textile Waste PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Thursday, 23 May 2019

Waste from textile industry is one source of high water pollution, where the level of pollution is not inferior from pollution in industrial and mining sectors. The Peat Restoration Agency supports efforts to restore the Sasirangan fabric coloring technique by using natural dyes to reduce textile waste.

 

Deputy III of the Peat Restoration Agency (BRG) Myrna Asnawati Safitri in Amuntai, returned natural coloring for textile products as  effort to save the environment.

 

"Waste from textile industry is one source of high water pollution, where the level of pollution is not from industrial and mining pollution," Myrna said.

 

Myrna said, ingredients for natural dyes can be found in various types of plants, both from fruit, leaves and roots of plants grown on peat land.

 

If the community, said Myrna, knows that peat land provides natural materials for making dyes for Sasirangan Fabrics, community will help maintain the sustainability of peat lands, for example from the barrier of land fires because they know that peatland is a potential for improving the economy of the community.

 

"Natural dyes from peatlands can be obtained by the community such as root of noni plants, ketapang leaves and others," he explained.

 

In addition, said Myrna, textile products with natural ingredients have good quality and price in the market, so it is expected to encourage people to pursue this traditional South Kalimantan cloth handicraft business.

 

"The increasing number of craftsmen of Sasirangan Fabrics will certainly increase love and pride of traditional regional fabrics," said Myrna.

 

Closing the purun plait and natural Sasir training activities in Darussalam Village, Danau Panggang Sub-District, Hulu Sungai Utara Regency (HSU), Myrna hopes that artisans can begin to utilize the potential of plants on peat land to improve the quality of sasirangan fabrics and purun woven handicraft products.

 

 
		
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