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Published on Thursday, 25 June 2015

WRAP targets textiles in 5-year plan

Written by Brett Mathews

LONDON - Clothing and textiles is one of three priority areas being targeted by WRAP in a new five-year plan which will challenge businesses and consumers to move from a linear towards a more resource-efficient, circular economy. The report claims a "radical step change in performance on reducing environmental impact" is now required which will require people and businesses to completely re-think the whole lifecycle of products – from design, production and use through to possible re-use and recycling options.


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