Polish President Andrzej Duda appealed for rational management of water resources, shortly after meeting with fruit growers in Dylewo, central Poland, on Tuesday.
The street bollards from Poznań-based Gąska Studio collect and retain rainwater which is then turned into steam by using a simple ultrasonic evaporator, and then released and evenly distributed.
Costing over 170 million euros and using more concrete than that used to build Warsaw’s Palace of Culture, Suntago Water World is a tropical paradise.
The treatment method is a novel form of hydrogen purification that will leave both tap water and rivers cleaner and healthier.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki has invited Poland's residents to take part in a national debate regarding water and its accessibility, and expressed his hope for an ocean of new ideas, "which will be beneficial not only to us but also our children and grandchildren."
Still functioning after 133 years of operation, the Warsaw water works are an engineering marvel and one of the city’s must-see attractions.
A Polish inventor has come up with a portable water system that acts as an adaptable and economical hygiene device.