BIG’s Waste-to-Energy Ski Slope Incinerator Scrapped Due to Environmental Concerns

December 7, 2011 by  
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Last year, when BIG unveiled its fantastical ski resort on top of a waste-to-energy incinerator plant in Copenhagen, we were admittedly intrigued. But we weren’t at all surprised when the City of Copenhagen denied the project yesterday because they believe it will damage the climate and environment. Although the double duty concept sounded fun, in reality the incinerator plant was going to be enlarged meaning increasing the amount of trash burned and CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere. Even though the incinerator plant is desperately in need of a renovation, the city wants to encourage waste reduction, reuse and recycling instead of burning more trash and having a sexy ski slope. Read the rest of BIG’s Waste-to-Energy Ski Slope Incinerator Scrapped Due to Environmental Concerns Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “sustainable architecture” , Amagerforbraending , Amagerforbraendingen , architecture news , big , copenhagen , eco design , green architecture , Green Building , green design , incinerator plant , news , recycling , ski resort , ski slope , ski slope incinerator , ski slope incinerator plant denied , Sustainable Building , sustainable design , trash , Waste , waste to energy plant

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