Glasgow is one of the biggest cities in the country.
And while many people here are more comfortable around a laptop or a tablet than they are wearing a sweater, the city has a thriving clothing industry.
The UK’s largest garment maker, Glasgow Commerical Ltd., has been around since the 1980s and its stock has skyrocketed since then.
It’s a big deal that the Glasgow Commercial company makes clothes for almost all of the UK’s major fashion brands, from Burberry to Gucci.
But it’s also a source of pollution.
The city’s biggest apparel manufacturers, including the UK textile giant, Glasgow Com, have been fined and could lose some of their licence to make clothes there.
Glasgow textile factories are notorious for dumping tons of waste into rivers, creating toxic sludge and choking the air.
In 2012, it was discovered that more than 1,000 tonnes of waste had been dumped in the River Clyde, the largest industrial waste pond in Europe.
And now, a new report has highlighted the problem.
The UK’s Environment Agency said the pollution from Glasggow Commers is causing more than $1.5 billion in damage to the surrounding environment.
The report also found that the city had lost more than 20 million pounds ($29.6 million) from pollution over the past four years.
The company said it has set up an air quality monitoring station in the city, but the facility is running at a deficit of more than 100,000 pounds ($147,500).
“We are a global textile manufacturer, but we are also a global clothing exporter,” Glasgow Commers chief executive, Richard Larkin, told The Independent.
“We’ve invested billions in our factories and our factories are now producing garments that are made by our competitors in Bangladesh, China and Vietnam, and we’re not getting a fair deal.”
It’s a situation Glasgow Comers factory owner, John Ward, says is the worst in the world.
“It’s one of those places that you go to a factory and you’re like, ‘I can’t believe this, I can’t even believe this is happening in Glasgow’,” he said.
“I think that’s a little bit of a shame.
The EPA says the company has to take action on the issue and has issued a public statement about the issue. “
You see the factories in London and New York that are doing that stuff and you know that they don’t have the facilities to do it.”
The EPA says the company has to take action on the issue and has issued a public statement about the issue.
Glasgow Com’s chairman said that despite the company’s concerns about the environment, it still wants to work with Glasgow Coms regulators.
“Our company is very keen to continue to work in a positive and constructive way with the Glasgow Commuter Pollution Action Group (GCAPAG), and we will be working closely with them to ensure that all of our factories comply with the UK Environment Agency’s environmental standards,” Larkin said.
He said the company is working to improve its processes and the quality of its waste management systems.
But Glasgow Com was fined by the Environment Agency last year for dumping waste into the Clyde River in 2010.
That was the first time that Glasgow Com had been fined for dumping the waste into Glasgow.
In 2012, the UK government decided that Glasgow’s factories would have to stop dumping waste in the Clyde for at least five years.