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BRUSSELS - A coalition of environmental groups and trade bodies is urging the European Union (EU) to close a "gaping loophole" in proposed legislation designed to make products more sustainable.

It is concerned that the EU's proposed Regulation on Ecodesign for Sustainable Products (ESPR) would not apply to millions of products sold online - including textiles, as well as electronics, furniture and cosmetics.

Led by European Environmental Bureau (EEB), the coalition also includes Euratex (European Apparel and Textile Confederation), the Federation of European Sporting Goods Industry, the Policy Hub, the Environmental Coalition on Standards (ECOS), and French trade body UIT (Unions des Industries Textiles).

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