All the coal deposit of Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa have been mapped onto the virtual 3D space. The Company has just completed the project entitled “Deposit model and production planning at JSW S.A.” aimed at implementing a modern deposit management and production planning system in accordance with the global trends in this respect.
Honey from a Jastrzębie apiary – JSW’s new educational project addressed to the children and youths. In the Borynia Section an apiary was created to protect the useful insects while educating children. Protection of the environment and its resources is one of the priorities for the JSW Group.
In the Bzie-Dębina mine under development several additional crews were employed to speed up the preparation works and start the mining. The project’s progress was assessed by Adam Gawęda, secretary of state in the Ministry of Energy responsible for mining, who descended to level 1110 m in the Bzie-Dębina mine under development.
The Management of the Knurów-Szczygłowice Coal Mine hereby invites travel agencies to present their offers of winter activities for children and youth for the winter holidays (from 13 January 2020 to 26 January 2020)
Jastrzębskie Zakłady Remontowe, a JSW Group company, presented the first bottom scraper conveyor produced with its own resources and according to its own design. This way JZR joined the narrow group of leading manufacturers of mining machinery and equipment. It’s a great step towards development, especially because so far JZR dealt only with overhaul and modernization of mining equipment.
A memorandum of agreement to procure the supply of heat to the residents of Radlin and the Marcel Section of the ROW Coal Mine was signed on 25 September 2019 at the Radlin Coking Plant, a member of the JSW Group. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki participated in the ceremony surrounding the signing of this agreement by JSW KOKS SA, PGG SA, PGNiG Termika Energetyka Przemysłowa and the city of Radlin. JSW KOKS SA is preparing to conduct this project involving the construction of a modern combined heat and power plant fired by purified coke oven...
On 19 September the Minister of the Environment granted a concession to Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa to explore part of the “Chełm II” hard coal deposit in the Lublin Coal Basin. The concession covers a deposit on the area of 96.77 square km and has been granted for four years. On behalf of JSW the document was collected by Tomasz Śledź– Vice-President of the Management Board for Technical Matters. The ceremony of granting the new concession was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister Jacek Sasin.