Skiers Test New Ski Slope On Incineration Plant

Skiers Test New Ski Slope On Incineration Plant

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Skiers Test New Ski Slope On Incineration Plant

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The residents of Copenhagen, Denmark will soon be getting their own ski hill. An artificial ski slope is set to open on top of the 85 meters (279 feet) high Amager Resource Center incineration power plant.

The lower portion of this ski hill opened on Tuesday for two days’ of test runs. When fully opened, the run will be divided into three slopes with green sliding synthetic surface plus a recreational hiking area and a climbing wall.

The project has been in the works since 2013 but has run into many delays. No official opening date for the ski hill has been announced.

The incineration plant on which the ski area sits processes waste from 550,000 residents and 45,000 businesses, and produces electricity and heating to approximately 150,000 households.

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