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Waste water purification has become a major priority in Belgium’s watersector. The country lags far behind other EU members in implementing European water directives.
Slovakia is one of the worst countries in Europe in terms of water quality and the poor standards of waste water treatment, and the country already faces fines for non-compliance with EU regulations.
Denmark still open for freight transport
The Danish Government has notified the EU Commission and the other EU Member States, including Sweden and Germany, that effective Saturday 14 March 2020 at 12:00 noon, the existing temporary border control will be expanded to include control of all…
India is the largest fresh water user in the world and has more waste use than any other country. India is currently one of the fastest growing economies in the world and a strategic partner for the EU representing a sizable and dynamic market of 1.3…
Global Danish export potential when coal is phased out of electricity production
At COP26 the entire world unites to fight the massive challenge of climate change. Use of coal is the single largest source to energy related greenhouse gas emissions. In the EU, high prices on CO2 emissions have made coalfired power plants a bad…
DI in Brussels
The EU provides access to the Single Market, exports and Danish jobs, while also giving Denmark a stronger voice in and beyond Europe. Therefore, DI has an office in Brussels to represent the policy interests of DI’s member companies.
DI's global presence and network
For Denmark and Danish companies, access to the global marketplace is crucial. Therefore, it is important to embrace global opportunities and play a part in shaping the global trade and investment framework.
Fagleder for EU miljøpolitik
+45 3377 3024
+45 4070 6911
Mette Engelbrecht Jensen
+45 3377 3402
+45 6073 3129
36% of the population lives in rural areas where the coverage of water supply and waste water treatment is amongst the lowest in Europe.