Flemming provides an excellent overview of the national groundwater protection program in Denmark, where almost 100% of the drinking water supply is sourced from groundwater.
This impressive mapping and modelling effort has been in progress for the past 15 years. To date, two billion Danish kroner has been spent, and groundwater resources have been mapped across a third of the country. The rigor of this program will be an inspiration to groundwater practitioners.
Flemming has an MSc in Applied Geophysics and an MBA. He has more than 20 years of experience in groundwater mapping.
He is the head of the western Denmark Water & Environment Department at ALECTIA, a private Danish consulting engineering firm. Flemming has had a long term involvement with the program that is the topic of his presentation.