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Published on Thursday, 14 June 2012

EPR talk on toxic textiles gains ground

Written by John Mowbray

GreenpeaceBELGIUM – Can the roadmap to zero discharge of hazardous chemicals in the textile supply chain outlined by adidas Group, C&A, Puma, H&M, Li-Ning, Nike, Inc. and G-Star succeed by 2020? Or will the growing demand for ‘extended producer responsibility’ (EPR) legislation be the real game changer when it comes to reducing the impact of textiles on the environment. By John Mowbray.


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