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Wastewater at Bełchatów Power Station, Poland

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Wastewater is pumped away from the Bełchatów Power Station in Gmina Kleszczów, Poland. Located near t
 

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July 21 · Issue #673 · View online
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Wastewater is pumped away from the Bełchatów Power Station in Gmina Kleszczów, Poland. Located near the city of Łódź in central Poland, Bełchatów is the world’s largest lignite-fired power station and its second largest fossil-fuel power station. In 2007, the World Wide Fund for Nature ranked it as Europe’s highest absolute carbon dioxide emitter, with 30.1 million tonnes of emissions per year. 
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Source imagery: Jan Laskowski

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