Radpol’s pipes reduce emissions of CO2 in Warsaw
The district heating network in the Warsaw district heating system is made both in duct and pre-insulated technology. Currently, the technology of the traditional sewer network is outdated, and the amount of heat and water losses in the network leads to the need to modernize the network. Reducing heat losses on transmission also reduces carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere.
The investment was carried out as part of the project “Modernization of the Warsaw district heating network in the Capital City of Warsaw”, which aims to reduce CO2 emissions and improve energy efficiency.
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