Test Sites

The network of test sites is established to encourage and facilitate development, demonstration and maturation of new techniques for site investigations and remediation. It is also the intention to exhibit solutions and products for the decontamination market.

A major obstacle to innovation is access to testing, for this reason the regions have availed a variety of complementary sites for easy access to innovators and research institutions a like.

See the test sites here.

Remediation Catalogue

The remediation catalog is a summary of the technologies must Commonly overused by Danish myndighetene and enterprises.

It contains detaljeret descriptions of the most relevant design parameters two be Measured in the field när Choosing mellom differrent solutions for different phsyical settings.

 

Cooperation with China

CLEAN is acting on behalf of DSP in creating business between Chinese and Danish companies in the field of soil and groundwater.

While the Central Region of Denmark is cooperating with Sichuan Province, the Capital Region of Denmark is cooperating with Jiangsu Province. Read more about the Capital Region initiative here.

In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD) - Soil remediation you can trust

ISTD is a robust, proven and patented technology for heating the subsurface to remediate soil and groundwater. ISTD shows an unbeaten record of site closures.

See this and other solutions from Krüger at State-of-green.

 

Fast Geophysical Characterization of Contaminated Sites

MICCS is a new high-tech method for mapping underground pollution. It uses a number of new, cutting-edge technologies in order to produce a survey tool that provides a very high data density and security, while being both fast and economical. The method uses a patented geo-radar for initial screening and a sonic probe with a built-in unique triple sensor that can detect specific contaminants even in very low concentrations.

See this and other solutions from DGE Group at State-of-Green.

 

 

Environmental remediation and environmental know-how sharing in China

A large part of Geo’s expertise is aimed at sharing know-how, which is more relevant than ever nowadays. We believe that years of experience and knowledge within environmental remediation technologies must benefit as many as possible. In addition, we believe in the importance of nurturing many different collaborations as the one we have with the city council of Wuxi, achieved by the good relations already established by “Bycirklen” and the Danish consulate in Beijing. 

Geo continues to perform environmental assessments in Wuxi and one of the criteria on the path to success is sharing our knowledge and solutions with the Chinese through international collaboration. The environmental project has reached its second phase where the extend of the contamination is delineated through environmental assessment works, risk assessments, followed by recommendations for an optimal remediation strategy at the site. Throughout the process, Chinese engineers and university students have benefitted from observing our work in order to promote and engage in sharing of our knowledge and methods. A part of our solution is therefore focused on an education plan for the Chinese, aiming at improving their skills within environmental technology and project management.

In Denmark we have worked on solutions aimed at resolving environmental issues for more than 30 years in order to preserve our valuable soil and groundwater and thereby our health. This knowledge is now being utilized by Geo in China. From a global point of view, there is no time to wait for China to gain their own experience. Instead we have to work together by sharing knowledge and methods with China to achieve shared goals so future generations can live in a healthier world.

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Decontaminating soil using electricity and bacteria

Removing contamination from the soil is expensive. For this reason, the Capital Region is working together with companies and researchers to develop new methods. One promising method is to run a low electrical voltage through contaminated boulder clay, add “bacteria food” (reactants) and bacteria to eat the contamination. This method uses up to 25% less energy than the existing methods and removes 99% of the contamination. Through to 2016, interested parties will be able to see the technology in use in a pond near Frederikssund.

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