A small hamlet in the west of Denmark is facing an unusual existential threat: a landslide of contaminated waste that is bearing down on the community and a nearby river. That's when Nordic Waste, which specialises in cleaning up contaminated soil, said the land was sliding at its hillside facility near the Alling river. Eight days after its announcement, Nordic Waste abandoned its efforts to contain the mess. The mayor is furious with Nordic Waste, and the Randers municipality does not want to finance the cleanup. "In the public discourse the landslide was caused by this very wet 2023.