Poland’s education minister has raised the prospect of introducing a 'swimming card' in an effort to reduce the number of drownings each year.
Still functioning after 137 years of operation, the Warsaw water works are an engineering marvel and one of the city’s must-see attractions.
Polish Easter has become increasingly internationally-known for its curious customs, and none more so than that which is celebrated under the name of Śmigus Dyngus.
Around 1,400 outlets discharging sewage into Polish rivers operate without a legal permit, the acting director of the body charged with water management in Poland has said.
In this episode of The Debrief, a look at the watery world of Poland’s capital. Host John Beauchamp speaks to Konrad Schiller from the Warsaw Museum about a new exhibition which highlights the city’s hidden waterways.
VIDEO: The innovative technology, called NanoseenX uses specially created nanomembranes which have the ability to trap impurities and salt in their pores and are arranged in cascades inside a cylindrical device in order to utilise the force of gravity to carry out the filtration, removing the need for the use of energy or pressure.
As of Friday, local governments can apply to the state development bank BGK for financing under the government's New Deal economic recovery plan, BGK has said.
Wearing only black underwear and a woollen hat, the mystery man was captured on camera by a local passerby wading through the subzero waters in Poznań where he then plucked the baby deer out of the water before ploughing his way through the ice to safety.
The Sopot-based company was named for its innovative use of nano-materials to create fresh water with a water filter which could become an essential item for disaster relief teams who respond to devastating natural phenomena such as earthquakes, floods, tornados, hurricanes and manmade disasters such as war.
Małgorzata Chodakowska from Łódż spends around 6 months to bring each sculpture to life with her amazing water technique.
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