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Case Study:

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) and it's Applicability to the Canadian Fashion Industry

The fashion industry is recognized as one of the most polluting industries globally. As a result, various strategies to promote circular and sustainable practices have attracted the interest of local organizations and government officials. Among these conversations, the notion of an Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) program has been growing in popularity.

Through the course of a multi-part series, we’re delving into EPR through an objective case study.

Our exploration covers topics including the fundamentals of EPR, its application across different countries and industries, and its potential adaptation within the Canadian fashion industry. 

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Series:

Learn about the topics we’re exploring through our in depth case study of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) and its applicability to the Canadian fashion industry.

An in-depth exploration of EPR within the fashion industry, covering its definition, policy implications, objectives, operational mechanics, and considerations for fashion brands.

to be continued

A comprehensive analysis of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) within the Canadian fashion industry, drawing insights from our case study examination. We navigate the foundations of EPR, practical strategies, and nuanced recommendations derived from the detailed findings of the case study, geared towards fostering sustainability and bolstering small businesses within the industry.

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