Stengaardens Landfill, Hvalsø
Stengaardens Landfill, Hvalsø
T: +45 5787 5854 / +45 21340878
The site is a former landfill contaminated with phenoxy acids. The site has been remediated since 1995 by P&T and since 2011 the gas has been extracted to prevent intrusion into nearby houses.
In 2013 Region Zealand purchased the ground on which the water treatment plant was build.
The plant vent through a complete reconstruction during 2015 / 2016 which included new technologies as advanced oxidation.
The reconstruction of the plant also gave the possibility to prepare the plumbing for “plug and play” testing of external systems by taking a part current of the process water anywhere in the treatment system and afterwards returning it for retreatment in the main system. Region Zealand expects phenoxy acids to be a high cost remediation area in the near future and there by the need for new remediation technologies is obvious. Furthermore, the site gives the possibility for private companies, university’s etc. to test and validate new products and technologies.
Transport of containers and equipment can be done with a crane truck.
Minimum crane outreach is 10 meters (front mounted).
Crane trucks greatest width at < 10 meters outlays must not exceed 2.5 meters.
Appropriate support plates must be used.
Equipment to be set up in the barn can be moved with pallet trucks. Use appropriate protective plates at work so that the epoxy floor is not damaged.
The site has the following facilities:
The site is equipped with the following facilities:
Meeting room for 36 people
The site has several possibilities for testing. These are divided into the area where it is expected to be carried out.
For both main systems, the process water flow can be pathed form any part of the system and returned to any part of the system.
Main system – barn:
Access through a 2,5m x 3m roller door
Experimantal set-up is limited by a 2 x 3 m footprint and 4 m in high.
Power is limited to 3x400V, 63A
There is possibilities for testing on the main water treatment system or parts of it.
Main system – container stands:
Two stands for 20” standard shipping containers with locking pawls. HQ-containers allowed.
Each container is supplied by 3x400V, 63A (63A CEE plug); Ethernet, 2” cam-lock water I/O.
One stand is also supplied with a 1” cam-lock for methane landfill gas for engine testing.
Source and plume:
There are several wells with multiple screens available at the site. Locations and well installation etc. are available in the document list.
All projects must be approved by Region Zealand.
To achieve approval, all details has to be disclosed to the Region after signed of the NDA. This is to ensure that all projects meet the region's security, etc. and do not interfere in other projects. There must be, in confidence, to be fully transparent technical and chemical details. In cases where it will require the need to obtain permission from the local municipality responsibility of the project owner and must be documented to the region.
The purpose of the BioBassin project is to develop an innovative method for degradation of Phenoxy acids by using bacterial cultures that are commonly found in nature and/or wastewater. The project is carried out in cooperation with Aarhus University. The final goal is to build a plant on large scale based upon the experiences gained in the project.
The period of the project is estimated to be 3 years. The method takes several parameters into consideration, such as regulation of residence time, surface area and oxygen requirements. This is a way to optimize the degradation compared to traditional sand filtration.
A pilot-scale system has been developed, consisting of three tanks with different types of filling material: 1) sand 2) sand + peat 3) custommade rockwool.
Pilot scale test of membrane filtration combined with advanced oxidation processes as an alternative to traditional treatment on activated carbon.
Phase 1 is a literature study to determine promising combinations of membranes and contaminants. Phase 2 is a pilot scale test of the ability of the membranes to retain dissolved contaminants. Phase 3 is a pliot scale test of the ability of different advanced oxidation processes to treat the concentrated retentate.
2018-2019 Phase 2 was in operation at the Innovation Garage with unpromising results concerning chlorinated solvents.
In 2020 Phase 2 will be carried out in Region Zealand targeting different pesticides.