A pilot project to find chemical munitions dumped in the Polish sea waters and to assess their technical condition and the feasibility of their removal, as well as the revitalisation of the phosphogypsum waste heap in Wiślinka were the main issues which Maciej Grabowski, the Minister of the Environment, addressed during his today’s visit to Pomerania.
PLN 50 million is available for local government units to purchase and install renewable energy sources installations – the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management announced a competition for undertakings under the Prosument programme. Applications may be submitted from 10 Auguast 2015.
The Senators voted to adopt amendments to three acts of importance for the protection of the natural environment. These regulations concern the improvement of air quality and better protection against industrial accidents and also include amendments to the Act on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
The effective implementation of low-emission actions depends on appropriate and comprehensive planning and financial support. The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management launches new calls for proposals. Self-government units, entrepreneurs and private persons can be awarded co-financing for energy-saving projects related to the limitation of air pollution and the development of renewable energy sources.
It is the only so large primeval forest complex in Europe. It is a refuge of European bison – an animal which is associated with Poland all over the world.
Over PLN 200 million of co-financing will be available for removal of waste that cause irreversible damage to the environment and pose a threat to human life or health. National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management announces a call for applications.
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