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News Iceland Sandgeroi: Green Data Center in Iceland

Published on: Wednesday 06 June 2007
Green Data Center in Iceland
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Data Islandia, a storage company based in Iceland, has announced plans for an unusual environmentally friendly data center (link via Drunken Data) in the town of Sandgerdi in southwest Iceland. The ...

News Iceland Sandgeroi: Icelandic Group confirms sale of Ny-Fiskur

Published on: Sunday 11 December 2016
Icelandic Group confirms sale of Ny-Fiskur
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For the past 30 years, Nesfiskur’s main operations have been based in Gardur, Iceland. Additionally, the company has operated freezing and fresh fish production facilities in Sandgerdi, Iceland. The ...

News Iceland Sandgeroi: Blue Army Removes 875 Tons of Rubbish

Published on: Thursday 18 August 2011
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The Blue Army (Blái herinn) is an informal organization founded by sport diver Tómas J. Knútsson from Sandgerdi, southwest Iceland. He was disgusted by all the rubbish in Iceland’s harbors and ...

News Iceland Sandgeroi: Iceland's fishing industry 'better off outside' EU

Published on: Monday 20 June 2016
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Iceland's fishing minister has said the country would "never ... Smaller boats are struggling - just as they are in the UK. In Sandgerdi, Halldor Armannsson and his 80-year-old father heave a tub of ...

News Iceland Sandgeroi: Icelandic Author Pens First Book in Supernatural Trilogy

Published on: Sunday 28 September 2014
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This book tells the story of Tialilja Tomasdottir, born and raised in Isafjordur, a small town in the west side of Iceland. She is a young author who has been writing books based on the visions she's ...

News Iceland Sandgeroi: Iceland's strong krona a curse for tourism, fishermen

Published on: Wednesday 05 April 2017
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"We have to fish more to get the same amount of money," explains Armmansson, whose family owned company in Sandgerdi, a small port in southwestern Iceland, has two boats. Quotas limit the annual catch ...