During a remediation project, Geo remediated 100 kg of chlorinated solvents from the soil using thermal energy.
Over the last 100 years, Denmark’s water level has increased with 2 mm a year. The increase is expected to continue for the next 100 years with strong storm surges to follow.
In the more than 500 geotechnical drillings, carried out in the site-investigations for the Copenhagen Cityring, more than 14 kilometres of risers and well screens with diameters between 63 and 225 mm were installed.
Over the following four years, Geo will collaborate with GEUS, Orbicon, Frisesdahl and the Capital Region of Denmark to further develop and test a brand new freezing method for remediating chlorinated solvents in clay and clayey till.
Two 70 m deep wells provide groundwater to cool the data centre 24/7, which means that Interxion can avoid using an additional 1233 MWh – equiva-lent to the annual energy con-sumption of 200 family homes.