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Pathways for reaching EU air quality standards in Poland

Project „Pathways for reaching EU air quality standards in Poland” aims to develop recommendations regarding:
• Air quality management in Poland;
• Modelling of air pollution concentrations;
• Managing air pollution emissions through public policies;
Emission and concentration reduction scenarios to achieve the levels of the new AAQD;
• Research on actual emissions (emission factors) from solid fuel boilers and heaters.

Contractors of the project:
• European Clean Air Centre (ECAC),
• The National Centre for Emissions Management (KOBiZE),
• University of Wroclaw (UWr),
• Technical University of Ostrava (VSB),
• PwC Poland Advisory (PwC),
• Clean Air Fund (CAF).

Decisions in the project have been agreed with the Steering Committee, whose members are representatives of
the following bodies:
• The Ministry of Climate and Environment;
• Marshal’s (regional) Offices of:
   o Mazowsze,
   o Śląsk,
   o Małopolska;
• Municipalities of Warsaw and Cracow;
• The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management;
• The Polish Smog Alert.

The results of the analyses will be presented successively as the calculation steps are completed.

↓↓↓ Below you can find the first report with the main results ↓↓↓