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The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Environmental Protection have announced plans to build Israel’s first waste-to-energy power plant, at an estimated cost of NIS 1 billion. An inter-ministerial committee for waste treatment, estimated at 5 million tonnes per year, released a prequalification document on Thursday before the public-private partnership (PPP) call for tenders …

Copenhill, which took six years to build, also includes a huge green space, playground and climbing wall. Copenhagen has just opened a new waste-to-energy power station which includes a ski slope. Copenhagen, which took six years to build, also includes a huge green space, a playground and a climbing wall. The Danish capital, which aims …

Some 11 years after being unveiled for the first time, the highly anticipated CopenHill, from BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) is finally open to the public. The project is an inspired combination of a waste-to-energy power plant and a ski slope in Copenhagen, Denmark. CopenHill (aka Amager Bakke) also involved SLA, AKT, Lüchinger + Meyer, MOE …