Landfill and soil remediation

Soil pollution is a global environmental problem with negative impacts on our groundwater, ecosystems and CO2 emissions as poor quality soil absorbs less carbon. Urbanisation, population growth, intensive food production and lack of drinking water have increased the urgency for innovative soil remediation measures and limiting landfills to a minimum. In Denmark, a ban on landfill of waste suitable for incineration or recycling means that less than 5 percent of all waste is landfilled. In already contaminated areas, soil remediation measures are implemented to remove pollution. Many of these can easily be put into practice across the globe.

We invite you to explore solutions related to landfill and soil remediation in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how landfill and soil remediation can help solve your environmental issues.

Connect with us: Charlotte Gjedde, Head of Partnerships, +45 2057 0070, [email protected]

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