Although European air quality has seen huge improvements, there are many regions in which the air is still polluted and unclean.
In the Małopolska region in south-east Poland, over 60% of houses have boilers than can burn almost anything; from poor-quality coal to rubbish. This has created smog in the region – a big problem for the air quality and the health of local citizens.
The EU LIFE programme supported an initiative to clean up the air within the region. Funding was made available for citizens to replace their old boilers with new, energy efficient heating systems.
The initiative is expected to improve air quality for over 20 million citizens, making the region a safer and more sustainable place to live.
Data source: http://powietrze.malopolska.pl/en/life-project/testing-the-heating-sources-of-the-malopolska-region-single-family-houses/
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