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Invitation for Global Clean Air Summit conference image

Małopolska Region in cooperation with two leading Polish antismog organizations: Smogathon and the Polish Smog Alert co-organizes the Global Clean Air Summit conference.The aim of the conference is an international cooperation with regions or states which  are struggling with similar air pollution problems, as well as the exchange of experience with countries which on the base of their own achievements could help others to work out an effective strategy against these threats. The conference will be held in four parallel thematic blocks: policy, health, business and technology in the presence of experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and government representatives at national, regional and local levels. You are cordially invited to participate in the Global Clean Air Summit conference, which will take place on November 27, 2017 in ...

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Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution gallery

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

  • Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

    Training of municipalities within the control of the requirements of the anti-smog resolution

As of July 1, 2017, the provisions of the anti-smog resolution for the Malopolska Region enter into force, and the ban on the burning of coal and coal fossils and biomass with a moisture content greater than 20% will begin, while all of the newly installed boilers, ovens and fireplaces should meet ecodesign requirements for emissions and energy efficiency. Monitoring compliance with the requirements of the resolution belongs to the tasks of the municipalities, that should be carried out by municipal police and municipal guards or the employees of municipal offices. In order to prepare the municipality to the control and enforcement of the requirements of the resolution, on 13 and 14 June 2017, the Marshal’s Office of the Malopolska Region organized a training for the ...

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A transitional anti-smog resolution for Krakow was adopted standard

The Małopolska Regional Assembly adopted a resolution dated April 24, 2017 on the introduction of bans concerning the scope of the operation of installations in which fuel burning takes place in the area of the Krakow municipality in the period from 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2019. As a result, from July 1, 2017, it will not be possible to heat houses and flats using low-quality coal in Krakow. It applies to: fuels in which the mass fraction of hard coal or lignite of particle size 0-5 mm is greater than 5%, fuels containing hard coal or lignite with at least one of the following parameters: calorific value below 26 MJ / kg, ash content greater than 10%, sulfur content greater than 0.8%, ...

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Invitation to the debate “Clean air game” image

You are cordially invited to participate in the debate Clean air game which will take place on April 3, 2017, at the International Cultural Center in Krakow, Main Market Square 25. The meeting starts at 10:30 am. The issues included: How to fight Smog: inform and educate, scare and punish? Civic initiatives: how to oneself fight for clean air? Smog paragraphs: How can regulations help us? Coal and wood versus district heating network and renewable energy sources Can local governments stand to fight for clean air? European funds support the fight against smog Ecomanagers in municipalities: how do they help the people? Clean air game debate program Invitations to participation in the debate were directed those actively participating in civic anti-smog movements, representatives of local government ...

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Consultation of Transitional Design of the Antismog Resolution for Krakow image

The Management Board of the Malopolska Region approved the transitional anti-smog resolution for Krakow. The document envisages the ban on the use of low-quality coal for heating houses and flats from 1 July 2017. These regulations apply to the area of the municipality of Krakow and will remain in force until the full ban on coal burning until the end of August 2019. The draft resolution prohibits the use of low-quality fuels that release the most toxic compounds and particulate matter into the atmosphere. This means that one will not be able to use the following to heat houses: fuels in which the mass fraction of hard coal or lignite of particle size 0-5 mm is greater than 5%, fuels containing hard coal ...

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Training for municipalities to prepare applications for PONE gallery

On February 16, 2017, a training was held on the preparation of applications for grants for the replacement of boilers using solid fuels from the funds of the PONE program of the Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Krakow. The training was conducted by Robert Bażela – Manager for Grants at the Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Krakow. Approximately 120 people from municipalities in the Malopolska Region took part in it. The participants had a chance to get acquainted with how municipalities can take advantage of co-financing from the Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management funds in Krakow within the “Low-stack Emission Reduction Program in the Malopolska Region”. Co-financing of tasks from the WFOŚiGW 2017 ...

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