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Feb 7, 2014

Wind Turbine rotor blades destined for landfill

Wind turbine rotor blades are difficult to recycle says a report from Aberdeenshire Council's Garioch area planning committee.

All the talk about the scrap value of wind turbines has been tempered by this official report on the decommissioning of turbine blades. It warns they could be destined for landfill. The blades are usually made of fibre-reinforced polymer composites and recylcing of these materials is, apparently, still in an experimental stage.

See the article here:UK News Jan 14th 2014

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Rhydcymerau / Bryn Dafydd:
Single wind turbine, 86.5 metres (283ft) tall.
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2 wind turbines, 100 metres, 328 ft tall.

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