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Apr

Poland air quality woes could partially be fixed by better heating systems

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“Recently, the European Court of Justice ruled against Poland in a case that found that the country had repeatedly exceeded air quality standards for coarse particulates (PM10) in the years 2007 to 2015. Since 2015, the problem has persisted in large part due to the prevalence of coal in the heating sector. While much attention is (rightly) directed at individual coal stoves, an important and largely under-represented sector is that of small, legacy district heating systems. European regulations are steering these systems toward efficient, clean technologies, while also calling for much more ambitious renovations of buildings.”

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