Copenhill - the story of Denmark's success in protecting the environment
How does the Danish capital Copenhagen use recycling opportunities and produce energy from recyclable waste, even in the very center of the city? In the interview to the Ekolist, Niels Thor Rosted, a communications representative for the Amager Resource Center (ARC), says that the five owners of the waste treatment plant had made a courageous decision to grow the plant into something bigger and to start producing recycling energy, but at the same time to offer citizens a place for recreation. This is how Copenhill was created, a project that makes Copenhagen unique. More in the text by Majda Adlešić published in the June issue of "Ekolist" magazine.