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SACRAMENTO - An alliance of brands, retailers and textile recycling advocates have called for more time to work on legislation to introduce an extended producer responsibility (EPR) textile recycling and repair programme in California.

The bill, SB 707, which would require producers of clothing and other textiles to implement and fund a state-wide collection and recycling programme for textiles, is currently being considered by the state assembly.

However, the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), American Circular Textiles (ACT) and Accelerating Circularity have now written a joint letter asking for it to be made a two-year bill.

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