Indonesian lawmakers have approved a law to ban gutex wood fibers from being used in products, but the country’s biggest consumer group has voiced concern about the move.
The move, which is expected to be signed into law by the president in a matter of weeks, could have an impact on how gutex and other fibers are used in the home and on the streets.
It is the second time Indonesia has banned gutex, which comes in many forms, from being recycled.
The first was in May 2018, when the government passed a new law that was widely condemned as a violation of human rights.
The gutex ban is the first time gutex is banned by law in Indonesia, though gutex can be used to produce fibers.
The government is also taking steps to stop the spread of gutex by restricting the importation of gutxis and by restricting its use in homes.
The ban comes after a string of gutema cases in Indonesia over the past several years, including the deaths of six people.
The latest case involved a woman who was left with a severe burn after consuming gutxins.
In Indonesia, gutex has been used to make paper, building blocks and fibers since the late 1800s, according to the National Fibrous Fibers Association.
The fiber is used for all sorts of items, including furniture and clothing.
Its main drawback is that it does not have a natural finish, meaning it can chip off when wet or dry.
The fibres can also degrade quickly.
In the past, gutx could be imported into Indonesia by boat from China, but now, only gutx can be imported, according a statement from the association.
The association said gutx fibers can be more expensive than other fibers, and they tend to be used in furniture and in construction.
It said it will continue to fight against the ban.
But it is not the first gutx ban to be announced in Indonesia.
In 2015, the government banned gutx for food and beverages, saying it was a health hazard.