I received this in my eMail one day.
Hard to tell what you are looking at isn’t it? Notice the bulldozer in the upper right.
These are the blades from wind turbines being buried near Casper, Wyoming.
There are wind turbine graveyards in California, Colorado and Kansas also.
The blades are made of fiberglass (non-biodegradable) and have a working life of twenty-five years.
So all of those wind turbines during the great wave of the 1990’s wind power are coming to their end.
It costs taxpayers $200,000 or more per unit or 200 million total for one thousand blades to be removed, transported and buried.