After developing 3D printed, biodegradable eco-mask adapters for the health service, Professor Marek Macko (right) will now turn his corn waste and proprietary blend polymer mix into adaptors for the fire service, before making them commercially available.
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Polish towns and cities will buy over 400 zero-emission buses as part of a government effort to promote clean energy sources.
Plans have been released that envisage a central Kraków transport hub as a futuristic environmentally-friendly enclave.
Led by international pioneers like Solaris, the country’s e-mobility sector continues to grow from strength-to-strength.
The design of the station’s buildings will include eco-friendly solutions to make the station self-sufficient in energy as well as smog-fighting paving slabs, which will convert toxic exhaust fumes into harmless substances, a wall of air-cleaning plants on the roof of the planned parking and a rainwater collection system.
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.
Along with being good for birds the revolutionary bus reduces dust and absorbs CO2.
Ikea has created the world’s first ‘House of Tomorrow’ in order to promote sustainability in urban environments and an eco-friendly lifestyle that limits the amount of waste produced by households.
This year, nearly PLN 10 billion (EUR 2.26 bln) will go to support green investments, Climate Minister Michal Kurtyka has said. He stated the money would be allocated for, among other projects, eco-friendly transport, energy efficiency and photovoltaic development.