This documentary is inspired by the lecture on ‘waste industries:Secondary Resources and the Geopolitics of Waste Distribution’ which reveals the unknown relationship between the Creative Industries with an image of being ‘clean’ and how it ‘contribute’ to a toxic industry of E-Waste. Further field works on Creative industries and Real Estate Industries made a new observation that new soil pollution due to the clusters built on decommissioned factories sites without proper cleaning once again make the ‘clean industries’ into a toxic ones.
The documentary serves as a recorder that traces the research from realizing the toxic side of a ‘clean’ industry to field trips in finding the local discourses(Soil Cleaning due to the change of land ownership is normally ignored by local government, developers and even the consumers). The aim of the research is not to find out answer on whether the so-call clean industries is clean or not, is with an effort to find out the relationships with which local practices can be tested by the academic inputs(why should soil cleaning be treated seriously, for whom? and who can contribute to a better solution?..etc.).
By identifying the above questions , a further attempt will be made to reveal and solve the problems in a following essay with the same title.