The Institute of Environmental Protection – National Research Institute

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Institute of Environmental Protection- National Research Institute

Krucza 5/11d, 00-548 Warsaw

(22) 37 50 525


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The Institute of Environmental Protection – National Research Institute (IOŚ-PIB) is a governmental institute in Warsaw. The development of state policies at national and international levels gives IOŚ-PIB a special place among various other research and development institutions involved in environmental protection.

The Institute is involved in the following research activity fields:

  • Development of the principles of Polish environmental policy and strategies, and participation in international activities;
  • Integrated environmental studies, especially on environmental processes and effects of degradation with particular consideration of industrial contaminated sites;
  • Air protection against pollution;
  • Climate protection;
  • Noise and vibrations control;
  • Conservation of landscape and nature;
  • Protection and restoration of biologically active land surface;
  • Protection and renewal of water resources;
  • Protection of the Baltic Sea and its coastal zone;
  • Waste management;
  • Environmental impact assessments of substances, products and installations;
  • Integrated environmental monitoring.

The Institute carries out research and application studies in accordance with its statutory scope of duties and tasks under the fields mentioned above.

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Agnieszka Stangreciak

+48 509 745 222

Chief Specialist at Communication and Education Unit / 

Executive Committee representative


Izabela Ratman – Kłosińska
LIFEproETV Coordinator
Institute for Ecology of
Industrial Areas, Katowice, Poland

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s LIFE Programme and is co-financed by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, Poland and the Ministry of Agriculture, Hungary