Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilko
Bind them together and sink them offshore (deep or shallow depending) to make habitat for fish-a simple crosshatch pattern would work well.
Similar has been done in the southern USA where old cement utility poles are dumped from barges primitive but effective- another initiative called 'Rigs to Reefs' repurposes old drilling platforms.
And.....WHAT WOULD BE the carbon foot print of transporting those huge blades from CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA
over to a coast that is AT LEAST A THOUSAND MILES AWAY - check out how far it is from Toronto to the Atlantic!
Minnesota is even farther away and closer to the centre of the continent!
And then the stupid things have to be loaded onto a BIG SHIP and hauled well out to sea to water deep enough to swallow them!
Oh - and one other LITTLE DIFFICULTY - there is good reason - based on the available evidence - to ASSUME that the blades
are filed with either wood or foam -styrofoam or urethane! Thus there is a GOOD CHANCE THEY MIGHT FLOAT!
Just what we need - a few thousand half sunk deadhead wind blades bobbing around out there!
Or do you want to build up the carbon foot print of this mouldy green FAKE INDUSTRY EVEN FURTHER and chain those blades
to a bunch of concrete block to ENSURE they sink!