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Water protection requirements versus development of the inland waterways in Poland

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by Artur Rentfleisz, water and environment manager, and Marta Saracyn, water management team leader, Mott MacDonald


For decades, there’s been an ongoing discussion on the urgent need to develop the Polish inland waterways.

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