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BRUSSELS - Some 300 textile industry plants in the European Union (EU) will have to comply with new legal norms adopted under the EU Industrial Emissions Directive to reduce their environmental impact.

The requirements, which will also affect 3,000 chemical plants across the EU, are intended as a step towards reducing air, water and soil pollution to levels harmless to health and the environment.

In the case of the textile sector, the changes concern wet processing including treatments such as bleaching, dyeing or finishing to give specific properties to the textile, such as water repellency.

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