Doc. hab. Eng. Agnieszka Generowicz
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
Impact of maintaining cleanliness in communes on dust and smog.
Dr hab. Eng. Agnieszka Generowicz, prof. PK graduated from the Faculty of Environmental Engineering at the Cracow University of Technology and is employed there as an associate professor at the Department of Environmental Technologies. In the years 2005 – 2012 she was the deputy dean at the Faculty of Environmental Engineering at the Cracow University of Technology. Her scientific achievements include about 200 original research into creative practices and about 100 studies for the industry from the waste management sector. In the course of her professional career, her scientific interests always focus on issues related to the analysis of municipal waste costs: recovery technologies, recovery and disposal of municipal waste and maintaining the cleanliness of cities and agglomerations. In addition, interdisciplinary assessments of waste management technologies and systems with system and decision-making analyzes, access management tools, low and non-waste technologies, and environmental protection of the environment in the field of waste utilization are included. Factors involved in undertaking cooperation with entrepreneurs and local government units. Over the past few years, as part of cooperation with Krakow’s MPO has addressed issues of maintaining cleanliness and include with this emission and use of the urban environment. The work resulted in a multi-author monograph entitled “Analysis of changes in the state of the urban environment as a result of analysis and washing of streets in selected zones of the Krakow agglomeration.”