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This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German Wikipedia. (March 2011) After translating, {{Translated|de|Tornesch}} must be added to the talk page to ensure copyright compliance. Translation instructions · Translate via Google Tornesch Tornesch Location of the town of Tornesch within Pinneberg district Coordinates 53°42′N 9°43′E / 53.7°N 9.71667°E / 53.7; 9.71667 Administration Country Germany State Schleswig-Holstein District Pinneberg Town subdivisions 3 Stadtteile Mayor Roland Krügel Basic statistics Area 20.62 km2 (7.96 sq mi) Elevation 12 m  (39 ft) Population 12,932 (31 March 2010)[1]  - Density 627 /km2 (1,624 /sq mi) Other information Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2) Licence plate PI Postal code 25436 Area codes 04122, 04120 Website www.tornesch.de Tornesch is a town in the district of Pinneberg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated approx. 7 km southeast of Elmshorn, and 25 km northwest of Hamburg. Tornesch is also the home of the Klaus-Groth-Schule, named after the German poet Klaus Groth. It is also home to the Fritz-Reuter-Schule, named after German writer Fritz Reuter. History Tornesch has a place in biochemical history from the wood saccharification[2] process developed by Scholler[3], also known at the Scholler-Tornesch process. The first factory to use the process was built in Tornesch. This early work was part of the development of biofuel such as cellulosic ethanol. References ^ "Statistikamt Nord: Bevölkerung in Schleswig-Holstein am 31. März 2010 nach Kreisen, Ämtern, amtsfreien Gemeinden und Städten" (in German). Statistisches Amt für Hamburg und Schleswig-Holstein. 31 March 2010. http://www.statistik-nord.de/uploads/tx_standocuments/A_I_2_vj101_S.pdf.  ^ Wood Saccharification ^ Decomposition of wood by acids External links Fritz-Reuter-Schule Klaus-Groth-Schule homepage Tornesch Cultural Center v · d · eTowns and municipalities in Pinneberg (district) Appen | Barmstedt | Bevern | Bilsen | Bokel | Bokholt-Hanredder | Bönningstedt | Borstel-Hohenraden | Brande-Hörnerkirchen | Bullenkuhlen | Ellerbek | Ellerhoop | Elmshorn | Groß Nordende | Groß Offenseth-Aspern | Halstenbek | Haselau | Haseldorf | Hasloh | Heede | Heidgraben | Heist | Heligoland | Hemdingen | Hetlingen | Holm | Klein Nordende | Klein Offenseth-Sparrieshoop | Kölln-Reisiek | Kummerfeld | Langeln | Lutzhorn | Moorrege | Neuendeich | Osterhorn | Pinneberg | Prisdorf | Quickborn | Raa-Besenbek | Rellingen | Schenefeld | Seester | Seestermühe | Seeth-Ekholt | Tangstedt | Tornesch | Uetersen | Wedel | Westerhorn This Pinneberg district location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e