Toxic Blade Time Bomb: New Study Exposes Scale of Wind Industry’s Poisonous PlasticsLegacy
Landfills are the final destination for millions of worn-out wind turbine blades, where their toxic plastics will be left to rot for the ‘benefit’ of generations to come. These 10-20 tonne, 40-60m long chunks of plastic, fibreglass, balsa wood and resins can’t be recycled, so the wind industry has been dumping them quietly for years now;often illegally(see above).
Even before they hit the dump, wind turbine blades are shedding their toxic plastic residues far and wide.
That the plastics in the blades are toxic is without doubt. With a few images added by STT, Dr Eric Blondeel provides a timely (and frightening) analysis of what the wind industry has in store for you and yours.
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