Air Quality Now. One-hour average PM10 concentration
123 µg/m3 (godzina 21:00)
89 µg/m3 (godzina 24:00)
62 µg/m3 (godzina 23:00)
Ban on Solid Fuels Burning for Domestic Heating in Krakow
Local authorities in Poland's southern city of Krakow banned its citizens from heating their homes with solid fuels.
"This resolution is a precedent on a national...
Residents are Beaten by the Mining Lobby
When 'legal highs' appeared on the market, the Prime Minister closed all the shops in a week. When Russia announced an embargo on Polish apples, life of the farmers was simplified. But when it comes to the polluted air in...
Tough new rules will help tackle Krakow's air pollution crisis
Krakow has implemented a strict ban on using solid fuels. Burning these fuels (especially coal, but also wood and waste) for heating in households generates significant pollution, comparable to the Great Smog in London back in the 1950s....