Latest Plans Revealed For Year-Round Ski Slope Atop Copenhagen's $611M Waste-To-Energy Plant

Latest Plans Revealed For Year-Round Ski Slope Atop Copenhagen's $611M Waste-To-Energy Plant

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Latest Plans Revealed For Year-Round Ski Slope Atop Copenhagen's $611M Waste-To-Energy Plant

Here are the latest renderings for the year-round ski slope that will sit atop Copenhagen’s Amager Bakke Waste-To-Energy Plant. The plant has a super steep roof that landscape architecture firm SLA Architects is transforming into a large park that will feature hiking trails, climbing walls, and a 600-meter long ski slope.

The facility is already operational and generates power by incinerating waste and the park is currently under construction and slated for completion in September 2018. The Amager Bakke waste-to-energy project will treat 400,000 metric tons of waste per year and was built at a cost of $611 million.

 

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