Each city is unique and has values that distinguish it from others. However, all cities face challenges, such as social stratification, acts of vandalism (often associated with rising unemployment), and shortages of drinking water and healthy food. The problems that need to be solved also include: littering and polluting the environment, limiting green spaces (the so-called city lungs), increased traffic, etc.
The idea of smart citiesThe ability to clearly formulate these challenges and define priorities in terms of their optimal solution is the starting point for implementing the idea of the so-called "Smart city" (ang. Smart Cities). This term has many definitions, but most equates this term with a city whose development strategy focuses on creativity, openness to innovation and flexibility, understood as the ability to quickly adapt to external and internal conditions. Smart cities base their strategy on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in areas such as economy, environment, mobility and governance. All this with a view to improving the standard of living of residents and increasing their participation in making important decisions.
The constant demand for energy, the prospect of depletion of fossil fuel reserves and measures to protect the human natural environment have significantly increased the interest in renewable energy sources. All the achievements so far, including the experimental ones, are undoubtedly the beginning of the road leading to the dynamic and global use of renewable energy sources. Renewable energy sources are sources that use energy in various forms in the conversion process - in particular solar radiation, wind, water, as well as biomass and heat from the Earth's interior. At the present level of technical civilization, the part of municipal and industrial waste that can be processed energy can also be considered a renewable energy source. These are especially plastics, sewage or simply garbage. Renewable energy sources are practically inexhaustible as their resources are constantly replenished through natural processes. Their availability is not uniform on a global scale, but they are found almost everywhere. Solar energy and biomass resources are most readily available, while the availability of geothermal energy, wind and water is limited. A characteristic feature of renewable sources is also their minimal impact on the natural environment.
Responsible waste management is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century concerning the whole world. That is why it is so important to collect and process them for disposal or recycling at the highest level. Fortunately, there are specialized plants operating in different parts of the globe, which are distinguished by a unique approach to ecological issues. Advanced technological solutions that work in harmony with nature are the solutions we implement.
One of the fundamental human rights is access to drinking water. The Earth's freshwater resources are limited. The development of our civilization greatly influenced the irreversible contamination of fresh water. The main activities of our foundation is to support large industry in implementing new, cleaner technologies that contribute to reducing environmental pollution.Among the solutions we use in adapting infrastructures to meet ecological standards are reverse osmosis, bioremedation, ion exchange and nanofiltration.
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