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The European Commission aims at adopting the European Strategy for Textiles by the 3rd Quarter of 2021. ETSA answered the EU  Strategy for Textiles "road map" (open consultation) and will actively participate in the forthcoming public consultation and dialogue in order to ensure  the textile care services concerns and priorities are reflected upon by EU policymakers. In ETSA's response to the European Commission, the European Textile Service Association outlined and emphasized the vital role textile services have played in providing businesses, firms and medical facilities, as well as individual citizens with essential textiles for daily, industrial and medical use.

 

Fundamentally, ETSA is calling on the Commission to recognize that the textile service industry is adopting to embrace the circular economy and is finding innovative solutions to minimize waste, with targeted EU investments in recycling and new technologies, the textile service industry can help the EU achieve it sustainability goals, while also providing an essential service to the people of Europe.  You can read the full ETSA response here.

 

 

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ETSA: Representing textile rental companies

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ETSA: In partnership with suppliers of detergents, fabrics and machinery

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ETSA: Coordinating national textile service associations and working with research institutes

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