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Masterplan For Reduction Of Air Pollution From Polish Power Plants

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/AIR930451

Volume

1

Pages

8

Published

1993

Size

576 kb

Author(s)

J. Kofod, M. Tekiela & K.H. Ipsen

Abstract

Masterplan for reduction of air pollution from Polish power plants J. Kofod, M. Tekiela, K.H. Ipsen Danish Power Consult A-S, Kraftvaerksvej 53, DK-7000 Fredericia, Denmark ABSTRACT In 1989, societies were politically revolutionized in Eastern Europe, e.g. in Poland, the former East Germany, Czechoslovaki- a, Hungary, etc. The change into democratic systems in those countries forced them to realize the immenseness of the pollu- tion problem. The World Bank and the European Community (EC) and other countries implemented an economic aid programme for the new Eastern European democracies. The aid programme also comprised economic aid to reduce pollu- tion problems in Eastern Europe and to diminish the border- crossing air pollution. Thus in 1990, Danish Power Consult, which is a consulting company owned by the Danish power plants, was assigned the task to prepare a masterplan for the reduction of air pollution from Polish power plants. The superior goals o

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