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The pebbled leather comes from a tannery just outside of Düsseldorf
Industries India has fostered, such as leather tanneries, are heavy polluters, while the national power grid is weighted toward coal.
Natural springs like Collect Pond attracted industrial buildings like tanneries and slaughterhouses, which quickly turned these water sources into open sewers.
Apart from Muslims, the leather industry also employs lower-caste Hindus, mostly in menial jobs in tanneries.
A leather tannery and railroad operated nearby, and in recent years, houses surrounded it.
That development's 63-unit first phase, a converted five-story former tannery building known as The Beam House, is open at 625 W. Freshwater Way.
Tannery Ct., 13344-Robert M. and Melissa A. Mitchell to Andrew Flint, $432,000.
The rigorous sourcing of materials (from the same tanneries that supply Hermès and Chanel) also keeps the quantities limited.
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