Południe company, as one of the largest employers in Podkarpacie, has
established co-operation with Michalicki Upper Secondary School Complex in
Miejsce Piastowe. This is a response to the needs of the developing refinery in
Jedlicze where, in connection with the planned investments, well-prepared
employees of various specialties, able to join the company later on, will be
September, Michalicki Upper Secondary School Complex in Miejsce Piastowe held
the official opening of the chemical laboratory under the auspices of ORLEN
Południe. The Company provided financial and logistical support for the
adaptation of school rooms to modern chemical laboratories. High-class
laboratory equipment and appropriate resources of teaching aids were purchased.
Specialists from ORLEN Południe are going to participate in classes to share
their knowledge with staff members and pupils of the school, and to share good
practices. Moreover, pupils of the class covered by the patronage will be able
to acquire necessary skills during work placement.
for chemical and technical vocational training is dictated by new investments
of ORLEN Południe which need a solid personnel base. The Company is preparing
for the construction of the unit for production of second generation bioethanol
in Jedlicze. A contract was officially signed for the purchase of license and
the base project of this investment in Trzebinia in September this year.
Capacity of the planned unit will amount to 25,000 tons of bioethanol per year.
It is going to be produced from non-food raw materials, mainly straw, supplied
by Polish farmers. This will allow for exploitation of the potential of local
agriculture in the south-eastern region of Poland. The Company is considering
that a biogas plant and a biogas and lignin fired CHP plant should also be part
of the complex. Establishment of this modern complex is going to strengthen
Poland’s position in the field of new generation biofuels.
Fr. Bronisław Markiewicz Michalicki Upper
Secondary School Complex in Miejsce Piastowe was founded in 1903 and enjoys a
reputation among upper secondary schools today. Currently, it educates almost
750 pupils in 11 different class profiles. Since this year, one of the courses
has been chemical technology technician, established in co-operation with ORLEN
Południe. Seventeen pupils started education in the prestigious class under the
auspices of the company.