Experts are confident that physical activity of children and teens decreased dramatically following the advent of computers and the Internet. Whether technological development is indeed to blame for the fall remains uncertain. However, we believe that the trend can be reversed if sport is promoted. Supporting Przedszkoliada Tour is an example of Grupa Azoty’s involvement in this area.
The National Centre for Research and Development has launched an industry program called INNOCHEM. Its purpose it to provide financing of innovative projects in the chemical sector.
European Union policy on climate makes a decisive impact on the further development of Polish chemical and energy sectors. One of the results of the changes in EU legislation is raising the prices of CO2 emission quotas, which shall pose a tremendous challenge to the domestic energy sector, which is based on a high-emissions resource, namely coal.
4950 samples, 330 farms and 163 counties – here are the statistics of the first edition of “Knowledge is Essential”, a program via which Grupa Azoty and PKO Bank Polski conduct research about the soil on Polish farms. As of January 2016, farmers can apply to take part in the second stage of the project.
Grupa Azoty intends to become involved in Polish mining, and work on the launch of a coal gasification installation in Kędzierzyn-Koźle works. The company has allocated 300 million PLN to the investment. The project may bring benefits for the mining sector and energy sector.
Grzybów is the seat of an enterprise which is unusual on a global scale, and specializes in the extraction of native sulphur. The resource from deposits in Świętokrzyskie voivodeship is of very high quality. 99.95 % pure, the sulphur exceeds the global purity norms. Grupa Azoty SIARKOPOL is the only manufacturer in the world which excavates the resource from a mine.