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MAIDSTONE – The Textile Recycling Association (TRA) is urging the UK government to ensure that the review on Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) on clothing and textiles, which they committed to in the Waste Strategy for England in 2018, is completed by 2022 at the latest.

The TRA cites the vast environmental and social impacts associated with the country’s clothing supply chains and cautions the government not to delay the deadline until 2025.

In a position paper published by the association highlighting its stance on the matter, it notes eight key issues that are quintessential to delivering a robust and comprehensive EPR framework.

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