Danish groundwater technology solutions will soon be put to use in the US market. A new cooperation between Danish companies and Stanford University aims to further develop the Danish solutions and protect Californian groundwater, the Danish foreign ministry writes in a press statement.
Aside from Stanford, the cooperation involves Danish players such as Aarhus University, engineering consultancy group Rambøll, IT company I-GIS and surveyor SkyTEM, which uses airborne geological mapping to pinpoint groundwater deposits.
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