The objective of Danish Soil Partnership is to promote development of contaminated soil solutions and to market solutions internationally.
To achieve this, the partnership will facilitate innovative projects amongst the partners. The projects will have one of the following objectives:
Danish Soil Partnership is a platform for all actors in the soil remediation sector – EPA, local government, consultants, contractors, technology developers and research institutions.
The vision is to put Denmark on the world map of excellence and expertise, in the field of soil pollution.
The mission is to create synergies, development, and export of world standard environmental solutions by mobilizing the parties within the soil contamination sector.
The strategy can be seen here.
The background paper of the strategy (Danish only) can be seen here.
THE MOST COMMONLY USED TECHNOLOGIES This remediation catalogue is a summary of the technologies most commonly used by Danish authorities and enterprises.It contains detailed descriptions of the most relevant design parameters to be measured in the field when chosing between differrent solutions for different phsyical settings. The remediation catalogue is made with contribution from ORBICON, RAMBØLL, COWI, GEO, […]
A SINGLE POINT OF ENTRY The National network of test sites has been established to encourage and facilitate the development, demonstration, and maturation of new techniques for the investigation and remediation of soil and groundwater contamination – with a particular focus on competitive, cost, and resource-efficient solutions. There may also be concurrent projects and on-site […]
MAPPING OF THE DANISH SOIL AND GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION SECTOR This report presents an overview of the Danish sector for soil and groundwater remediation as well as the companies which contribute to its development. The content of the report is meant to serve as an inspiration and as a helpful tool for international stakeholders who wish […]
GETTING SMART ABOUT CLEANING OUR SOIL Denmark is a small country in which groundwater is the primary source of drinking water. With thousands of contaminated sites, it has been paramount to develop smart ways to identify and prioritize which sites to remediate. In Denmark, we have developed solutions to soil contamination issues for more than […]