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sab

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Yup, that's one of the dark secrets of wind power. Those blades have to be replaced fairly frequently (similar to helicopter rotors), and they are not easy to dispose of. I know of several blade graveyards, and I've never seen them buried in a landfill before. Seems they haven't found a way to recycle them, yet. And they say coal is bad...
 

srimes

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Oh come now, who here is REALLY worried about the lack of landfill space? That's a total red herring made up issue caused and spread by dumb greenies. There are TONS of suitable landfill locations and they are safe and affordable. The ONLY issue is political regulations.

Bury that shit. Let people dig it up in a million years and speculate about ancient civilization, I don't care. Not a real problem.
 

cliffish

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Oh come now, who here is REALLY worried about the lack of landfill space? That's a total red herring made up issue caused and spread by dumb greenies. There are TONS of suitable landfill locations and they are safe and affordable. The ONLY issue is political regulations.

Bury that shit. Let people dig it up in a million years and speculate about ancient civilization, I don't care. Not a real problem.

yes like Staten Island, NY and the entire state of NJ...lol
 

srimes

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Came home to a freshly-killed fawn being picked apart by vultures. It's like national geographic out here

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