Monthly ArchivesOctober 2017

European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region gallery

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

  • European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

    European Court of Auditors control in Małopolska Region

On Monday (2 October 2017), the air quality control was started to be carried out by the European Court of Auditors began in Poland. The audit is aimed at reviewing the projects implemented for the air quality improvement and financed by the European Commission. From 3 to 6 October. The audit is being conducted in the Malopolska Region. The following projects are subject to review: “Implementation of Air Quality Plan for Małopolska Region – Małopolska in a healthy atmosphere” integrated project Low emission program for the city of Krakow Thermomodernization of educational buildings in the Municipality of Krakow Integrated public transport in the Krakow agglomeration – 2nd stage Construction of flue gas NOx system for boilers no. 3 and 4 in EDF Polska SA Branch No. ...

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The Regional Administrative Court has confirmed the legality of the anti-smog resolution for Małopolska Region image

On 3 October 2017, the Regional Administrative Court issued a ruling on four complaints submitted for the resolution of the Malopolska Region Parliament regarding the introduction of restrictions and prohibitions in the area of the Malopolska Region regarding the operation of fuel combustion installations. The complaints of two companies operating in the field of coal distribution were rejected due to the lack of the proof of the violation of their legal interest. The provisions of the resolution do not limit their economic freedom and do not prohibit the sale of heating appliances or solid fuels. In the case of the complaints from two natural persons who use non-class solid fuel boilers for heating, the complaints have been considered and dismissed. The ruling confirmed that ...

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Malopolska in a healthy atmosphere