Development of Batik an Environmentally Friendly

Rachmad Hidayat

Abstract


This study developed a batik products that are environmentally friendly. Product design and development begins with the needs and desires of consumers, environmentally friendly and economical. The results show that the attributes that should be corrected by the batik entrepreneur including the type and quality of  cloth, the type and quality of the dye. The destruction of ecosystems is a high priority that contributes to environmental impacts. Alternative materials handling batik is by taking and reusing malan with lorod process, and reused as a mixture of malan. Batik products using a proven waste of malan could cut production costs and environmental impact.

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