Project executed by
Envac Danmark A/S
Project status

Sluseholmen is an artificial peninsula in the south harbour of Copenhagen. It used to be dominated by heavy industry, including a car factory. As industry left the area, a plan was conceived to develop Sluseholmen into a canal district.

The design is inspired by the Dutch model with channels running between the blocks. This was the result of co-operation between the Dutch architect Sjoerd Soeters, the Port of Copenhagen and the City of Copenhagen.

Sluseholmen consists of eight housing islands, with large and small town houses standing side by side, forming continuous blocks.

1,800 apartments are served by an Envac vacuum waste collection system.

Basic project information
In operation since2006
Project completed2006
Basic system data
Type of systemStationary Vacuum System
System subtypeSVS 350
Application areaResidential area
Design capacity2,5 tons per day
Number of fractions1
Number of inlets53
Total metres of pipe1500
Type of wasteGeneral waste / Rest