GAP Accused by Greenpeace of Polluting Indonesian Rivers

Greenpeace has accused fashion brand GAP of being involved in the dumping of toxic industrial waste into a major river system in Indonesia.

The allegations are detailed in a new report from Greenpeace. The Citarum River in West Java has been labeled as the dirtiest river in the world and residents who live along the waterway have long complained of skin problems and declining fish stocks.

Greenpeace claims an Indonesian garment factory PT Gistex Group is one of the companies behind the pollution and they are link to the global brand GAP.