Biological waste strategies in Poland

In Poland there are living about 38,54 mln people. 135,2 mln tons of waste was produced in Poland in 2012, where 9% (12,1 mln tons) went for communal waste (2013). This result ranks Poland at 6th place among European countries in terms of the generated waste amount.

Nowadays in Poland the law has already been change to be in line with EU directive. At present regarding biodegradable land generated from MSW it’s directed to stabilizing process and after word achieved output in landfill.

According to kitchen waste and green waste which is very often collected separately there are no specific regulation due to technology but plant which do care about this kind of waste should do biological treatment. Biological treatment when we talk about water supply plant is also a big issue this days. From 01.01.2016 obligatory in Poland will be treating of sludge by thermal stabilize or composting.



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Quelle: Orbit 2014 (Juni 2014)
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