Mike Moore’s Planet of the Humans lifted the lid on the mountains of toxic filth generated by so-called ‘green’ energy, much to the horror of renewable energy rent seekers and climate cult zealots, alike.
Solar panels are a veritable toxic cocktail of gallium arsenide, tellurium, silver, crystalline silicon, lead, cadmium, and heavy earth material.
Then there’s the landfill legacy being created by wind turbine blades, with the First World cynically using the Third World as its dumping ground: ‘Green’ Energy’s Poisonous Legacy: Millions of Toxic Turbine Blades Destined for African Landfills
Thousands of 45-70m blades (weighing between 10 to 25 tonnes) are being ground up and mixed with concrete used in the bases of other turbines erected later or simply dumped in landfill. Which should worry locals who rely on nearby aquifers for their groundwater: the plastics in the blades are highly toxic, and contain Bisphenol A, which is so dangerous to health…
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