Vattenfall to drop landfilling turbine blades, up recycling

As of 2030, utility Vattenfall will recycle 100 percent of all dismantled wind turbine blades.

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No more throwing dismantled wind turbine blades on landfills, says Swedish utility Vattenfall, which has just committed to a ban on landfilling blades and ambitions to dial up recycling.

The company thereby aims to "re-use, recycle or recover" 100 percent of dismantled blades from its wind farms as of 2030.

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