Danish Soil Parnership (DSP) is an initiative taken by the five regional councils of Denmark in dialogue with the industry and the research institutions. The aim of the partnership is to help companies develop green solutions, while at the same time dealing with the challenges of contaminated soils. Combined, the five regions are the biggest actor on the Danish market for remediation technology.
The DSP strategy can be seen here: Download file.
DSP's board consists of:
- Christian Bruhn Rieper (chairman), Deputy Director, Center for Regional Development
- Bente Villumsen, Head of Unit, Danish Regions
- Jytte Gad Lauridsen, Deputy Director, Center for Regional Development, The Central Denmark Region
- Morten Bondgaard, The Central Denmark Region
- Kenn Bloch Mortesen, Deputy Director, Center for Regional Development, Region of Northern Denmark
- Mette Christensen, Deputy Director, Center for Regional Development, Region of Southern Denmark
- Jan Hus Vestergaard, Environmental Manager, Region Zealand
In addition, the DSP's Contact Committee consists of:
The Danish EPA
The Danish Association of Consulting Engineers
Danish Environmental Technology
Innovation Network of Environmental Technology
ATV Soil & Groundwater
VIA University College
University of Aarhus
University of Copenhagen
Association of Municipal Environmental Excutives
The Danish Construction Association
The Technical University of Denmark
The secretariat of the partnership is placed with the Danish Regions Unit for Environment and Resources.