Introduced in the coastal town of Mielno, the cone-shaped ashtrays are designed to be filled with sand to weigh them down and then folded up and thrown in the bin when finished with.
The interactive playground at Warsaw’s Copernicus Science Centre is stimulated by children playing which sets off the bioreactors and directly contributes to air purification.
More than just an artistic work, the wall could have a long-term positive impact on the environment and local people’s health.
The organisation includes some of the country’s biggest retailers and food producers.
In a survey conducted by Essential Living, the Polish capital came in at number nine on the green ranking, sandwiched between Vienna at number eight and Barcelona.
The mural will have the same ecological effect as planting 720 trees.
The film, ‘Gruba Kaśka’, focuses on the modest molluscs who live at the titular Gruba Kaśka (Fat Kathy) pumping station, which stands in the River Wisła, and helps provide millions of litres of water for the Polish capital.
With 460 shops worldwide and selling over 210,000,000 items of clothing per year, the massive international scale means that the company's decisions can have an environmental impact well beyond Poland’s borders.
The Airly app monitors air pollution and can even predict when will be the best and worst times to be out and about.
With the exception of the smallest produce bags, all plastic bags in Poland will carry a fee of PLN 0.25 (EUR 0.057) including VAT from September 1 this year, Environment Minister Henryk Kowalski announced on Wednesday.