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Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
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in the meantime, enjoy your hot CO2 planet waterworld that is poisoned forever from C02 buildup
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11-22-2020 12:49 AM

 




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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
Natura Naturans  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:45 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:43 AM)
it is a ridiculous article

"you need too much energy to shred them"

what bullshit, how much energy do they make over their lives compared with what it costs to shred

i doubt the neautrality of that website, i don't know them, and also the contractor

It's the truth my friend, the global warming fraudster sold a product that will poison the Earth FOREVER!

Incorrect. It's not poisoning anything for as long as the blades are being stored, until something can be done with them, since carbon fiber is inert.

How do I know? I'm an engineer.

They need to figure out how to design the blades better, so they will last much longer and won't need to be recycled.
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11-22-2020 12:53 AM

 




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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
Ultimately, a free-energy source needs to be made available.

Then, at that point the electric infrastructure that would already be there can be powered using clean, free energy.

Things like batteries and wind turbines have downsides, but these should be viewed as transitional technology, not the end goal.
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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:45 AM)
It's the truth my friend, the global warming fraudster sold a product that will poison the Earth FOREVER!

Incorrect. It's not poisoning anything for as long as the blades are being stored, until something can be done with them, since carbon fiber is inert.

How do I know? I'm an engineer.

They need to figure out how to design the blades better, so they will last much longer and won't need to be recycled.

the op is a brainwashed right wing idiot

don't bother
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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:31 AM)
Shoggoth  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:07 AM)
If I had to make a guess, I'd bet that the wind farm blades poison the Earth less than burning sh*t for energy.

Shhhh.

Op the sausage jockey will report you to the mods.

I'll take my chances.
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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:49 AM)
Natura Naturans  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:45 AM)
It's the truth my friend, the global warming fraudster sold a product that will poison the Earth FOREVER!

Incorrect. It's not poisoning anything for as long as the blades are being stored, until something can be done with them, since carbon fiber is inert.

How do I know? I'm an engineer.

They need to figure out how to design the blades better, so they will last much longer and won't need to be recycled.

I'm sorry, but just because you drive choochoo trains doesn't mean you know jack

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RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:54 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:49 AM)
Incorrect. It's not poisoning anything for as long as the blades are being stored, until something can be done with them, since carbon fiber is inert.

How do I know? I'm an engineer.

They need to figure out how to design the blades better, so they will last much longer and won't need to be recycled.

the op is a brainwashed right wing idiot

don't bother

Ah. I see. Thank you.
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Post: #23
RE: Old Wind Farm Blades Will Poison the Earth "FOREVER"
The Manufacturing Of the DamnThings Poison the Earth
With Millions Of Gallons of Wasted Fiberglass Resins.
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Post: #24
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Burning is not an option because burning is always an option. Fire fixes everything. The resins will burn because they contain carbon. What's left over will be glass.
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Natura Naturans  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:29 PM)
1.35 Million Tonnes of “Hazardous Material”, Germany Admits No Plan To Recycle Used Wind Turbine Blades

A recent report on ZDF German public television explains that currently there’s no plan in place on what to do with the turbine blades, which weigh up to 15 tonnes each.

There’s no way to recycle them to use as raw material for new blades. Currently the old blades are being shredded and the chips mixed in with concrete. “You need too much energy and power to shred them,” says Hans-Dieter Wilcken, the operator of a German recycling company.

Burning them is also not an option.

Hazardous waste

The problem with chopping them up is that dangerous carbon fibre particles are produced and pose a threat to human health. Used wind turbine blades have been designated hazardous waste and no one knows how to deal with them.

Currently 30,000 wind turbines are in operation across Germany and many will have to be dismantled over the next 20 years. That volume alone means over a million tonnes of hazardous waste (30,000 turbines x 3 blades/turbine x 15 tonnes/blade = 1.35 million tonnes).

By 2100, with wind turbine use expected to rise, millions of tonnes of non-recyclable hazardous waste will be left for future generations to deal with – that’s in Germany alone.

Bloomberg: Massive waste “forever”

In the USA, Casper Wyoming is currently serving as a landfill for used blades, Bloomberg here reports:

‘The wind turbine blade will be there, ultimately, forever,’ said Bob Cappadona, chief operating officer for the North American unit of Paris-based Veolia Environnement SA, which is searching for better ways to deal with the massive waste. ‘Most landfills are considered a dry tomb.’

https://notrickszone.com/2020/11/21/1-35...ne-blades/

And they spray them with fuel to de-ice them. One step forward, two steps back.
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This is really not a huge problem considering the big picture is safer and reusable energy and reducing global warming which is killing the planet. Jhikpghf

Are Windmill Turbine Blades Buried in Wyoming Landfill?
At least 90% of a wind turbine is recyclable.

The “wind turbine graveyard” in Casper, Wyoming, is home to more than 1,100 wind turbine blades that have been disposed of and buried in a local landfill since 2019.

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The remote Rocky Mountain city of Casper, Wyoming, was rumored to be the home of a so-called “wind turbine graveyard,” a large swath of land where retired, non-recyclable wind turbine blades are buried in mass quantities.

A social media post that was shared on Facebook nearly 2,000 times in early October 2020 claimed to bring attention and “open your eyes to the environmental issues with windmills” that had been “wasted and decommissioned.”

Snopes readers asked our team to investigate the legitimacy of the Wyoming “wind turbine graveyard,” which we found to be real and reported on by a number of credible publications in 2020, including Bloomberg and NPR, as well as other publications that have more obvious agendas aimed at stopping the so-called “great wind power fraud.” (The photos shared in the social media post are also real and can be found on Getty Images here and here.)

It is true that there is a landfill in Casper, Wyoming, that does accept decommissioned and damaged wind turbine blades and motors, both of which are not recyclable. However, it is important to highlight that up to 90% of a wind turbine is recyclable. That one-tenth of a windmill is not recyclable does not necessarily negate its overall green energy production over the course of its 20- to 25-year lifetime.


Nearly an entire wind turbine can be recycled with the exception of its blades, which are largely made of composite and fiberglass materials and built to withstand some of nature’s most destructive forces, making them very difficult to recycle or crush in the first place. Because the average wind turbine in the United States measures about 280 feet tall, they are prone to environmental and natural damage, such as normal weathering from storm systems with high winds and hail, lightning strikes, and birds. Many wind farms will employ blade service technicians to repair damaged blades. However, when the cost of a repair outweighs its benefit — or the blade is simply not salvageable — they are disposed of in a variety of ways, including being buried.

“Wind farms repurpose and recycle 90% of all the materials in a wind turbine; the only material not recyclable is fiberglass; the blades and motor housing are the only fiberglass components,” note Casper city records.

City documents published in August 2020 outlined the Casper Regional Landfill (CRL) Wind Turbine and Motor Housing Project, which contains a construction and demolition cell built for special waste projects to generate revenue and keep landfill fees low for regional users. One of the uses of that cell is to house turbine fiberglass blades and motor housing units that are to be disposed of and buried in order to minimize landfill space above ground.

CRL first began accepting decommissioned blades in May 2019 and expects to run until spring 2021. According to a Sept. 22, 2020, fact sheet (page 7) submitted to the city by Casper Public Services Director Andrew Beamer and Solid Waste Division Manager Cynthia Langston, the solid waste facility had received 1,124 turbine blades from three neighboring wind farms as of Sept. 16, 2020, totaling approximately $444,000 dollars in revenue for the fiscal year 2020. In the 2021 fiscal year, 250 shorter turbine blades have been received and another 250 are expected, for a total of $35,000 in anticipated revenue.

Fiberglass is inert and considered nonhazardous when buried. To save space, the city said that 120-foot-long turbines are cut into three 40-foot lengths and the smaller sections placed within the larger pieces. Each turbine blade is then buried within a cell that measures a maximum of 44 cubic yards, or about the size of about three concrete mixer trucks.

As of October 2020, the city of Casper only accepts waste from the state of Wyoming and any out-of-state customer wanting to dispose of blades in CRL would require a permit amendment filed with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/wind-t...landfills/

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