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The production of fast fashion brings about the issue of chemical waste discarded during manufacturing. The banks of the Citarum are home to over 400 factories releasing toxic chemicals. Many locals rely on this river for bathing and washing clothes and the presence of such pollution has cause serious health problems 60% have skin infections and the high levels of mercury and lead cause kidney failure, circulatory problems and cancer.
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