REC Poland and Kampinos National Park (KPN) have won the prestigious Polish Innovation Award for 2015. Both institutions were singled out as among the most cutting-edge and innovative entities on the Polish market on the merit of their involvement in the project "Wetlands Conservation and Restoration in Kampinos National Park". This Life+ project is jointly coordinated by REC Poland and KPN and aims to restore and preserve natural wetlands in Kampinos Forest, in the suburbs of Warsaw. The project runs until 2018 and has a budget of EUR 4.3 million. The winning of this award is a clear acknowledgement of the importance and success of the work carried out to date.
The Polish Innovation Award is part of a programme to reward entities that excel in the field of innovative research and development. Now being presented for the third straight year, the awards will be distributed during the annual Polish Entrepreneurship Congress. This year's awards were initiated by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development and sponsored by the magazines Gazeta Myborcza and Dziennik Gazety Prawnej.