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What happens to worn-out wind turbine blades?  It must be replaced every 20 years

What happens to worn-out wind turbine blades? It must be replaced every 20 years

  • Researchers say wind turbine blades can be reused as bridges, telephone towers or fences
  • Turbine blades are difficult to recycle due to their massive size and durable materials
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teller: Until recently, it was nearly impossible to recycle wind turbine blades. It should be replaced approximately every 20 years.

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