Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences


Division of Biogenic Raw Materials conducts research in the field of environmental management and engineering as well as biotechnology. Division participates in international projects (Horizon 2020, EIT Raw Materials, NAWA) related to resources and waste management, including development of recommendations (road maps) for the implementation of the European Green Deal, sustainable development (SD), circular economy (CE) in the raw materials, water and sewage, fertilizer and agri-food sectors.


Project „water-CE-management in practice - developing comprehensive solutions for water recovery and raising awareness of the key role of water in the transformation process towards a circular economy (CE)” is implemented in the years 2022-2024 with the support of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA.

Green Back


The GreenBack sp. z o. o. (Ltd.) was funded in 2012, in response to the growing social and economic demand, for the innovative environmental services and products. The main specializations of company are production, sales and distribution of bio-friendly products and solutions, from the fields of biotechnology, ecological agriculture, soil remediation and waste management. The main aim of the Company agenda is to strive for the widest possible dissemination of the principles of sustainable development.

Ministry of Climate and Environment


Ministry of Climate and Environment, through its input into national policies, fosters the environment both domestically and globally and ensures long-term, sustainable national development with respect to natural heritage and human rights to meet the needs of both the present and the future generations.

National Centre for Research and Development


The Centre is an executive agency within the meaning of the Act of 27 August 2009 on Public Finance, operating on the basis of the Act of 30 April 2010 on the National Centre for Research and Development and the statute attached to the regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 9 September 2010 on the statute of the National Centre for Research and Development.

Chamber of Commerce "Polish Waterworks"


The Chamber of Commerce "Polish Waterworks" is the only economic self-government organization in the water and sewage industry in Poland. It was established on 14 September 1992 in Bydgoszcz, where it is still based today. It brings together over 500 water and sewage companies. It is a member of the National Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw, as well as the European Union of National Associations of Water and Wastewater Discharge Services Suppliers EurEau based in Brussels.

IWA Poland


The International Water Association (IWA) is a nonprofit organisation and knowledge hub for the water sector, with over 60 years of experience connecting water professionals worldwide to find solutions to the world's water challenges. IWA works across a wide range of issues covering the full water cycle, with four programmes (Digital Water, Basins of the Future, Cities of the Future, Water and Sanitation Services) that work towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

Wodociągi Polskie Journal


Each issue of the "Wodociągi Polskie" quarterly has its main topic around which it focuses and provides the recipients with comprehensive information. In "Wodociągi Polskie" there are articles on law and legislative issues, economic analyzes, technical articles and columns. The representatives of the industry take the floor, presenting the achievements and flagship investments of their companies. Readers will learn from the quarterly how to manage a water and sewage company even better.

Forum Eksploatatora

Forum Eksploatatora deals with technical issues related to the operation of water and sewage management facilities and devices. Articles, comments, technical and legal opinions and polemics are intended to help and exchange professional experiences.