Denmark:-  Funding

Glossary Entry
The Kingdom of Denmark is a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy consisting of 
14 counties and the self-governing overseas administrative divisions Faroe Islands and Greenland
(see separate entries) Denmark covers an area of 43,094 square kilometres and has a population of
5.4 million. The capital is Copenhagen. In 1973, Denmark joined the European Economic Community
(now the European Union).
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Denmark overview: Funding/Financing

 

The Technology Programme for Soil and Groundwater Contamination

Teknologiprogram for jord- og grundvandsforurening

 

The Technology Programme for Soil and Groundwater Contamination http://www.mst.dk/tvær/05140000.htm is administered by DEPA after a hearing the Contaminated Sites Council about the scope of the programme and its principles.

 

In 2004, 5.1 million Dkr. were appropriated by the Financial Act.

 

The objective of the programme is to test and develop new remediation technologies in the area of soil and groundwater contamination in order to provide a foundation for a more effective clean-up of contaminated sites.

 

Useful Web Links

 

The Technology Programme for Soil and Groundwater Contamination

Teknologiprogram for jord- og grundvandsforurening

http://www.mst.dk/tvær/05140000.htm

 

 

Authors
Lars Kaalund
Information Centre on Contaminated Sites, Denmark

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