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How the UK can become a leader in wind turbine recycling

Cross-sector collaboration is lacking in the UK to maximise wind turbine recycling and to make the region a global leader in circular economy

Siemens Gamesa launches recyclable wind turbine blade

Siemens Gamesa has announced that its recyclable wind turbine blades are ready for commercial use offshore.

Japan demonstrates blockchain system for solar panel recycling

In a programme supported by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment, Next Energy and Marubeni are to collaborate on used solar panel recycling.

World Population Day: The wealth in waste

World Population Day, established in 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme, is observed on 11 July every year.

GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim develop circular wind industry

GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim have signed a MoU to explore circular economy solutions utilising materials from decommissioned wind turbines.

àƒËœrsted commits to the recycling of wind turbine blades

Ørsted has announced its new commitment to either reuse, recycle, or recover all of the wind turbine blades in its global portfolio.

New technology makes wind turbine blades fully recyclable

A coalition of industry and academic leaders has developed a new technology to enable circularity for thermoset composites, the material used to make wind turbine blades.

#RenewableEnergy explodes on TikTok

There's a revolution happening on TikTok with users sharing environmentally friendly hacks and tips and educating others about sustainability.

GE and Veolia’s recycling drive turns wind turbine blades into cement

GE Renewable Energy has signed an agreement with Veolia North America to recycle blades removed from its US-based onshore turbines during upgrades and repowering efforts.

Veolia waste-to-energy facility starts low carbon heat delivery in UK

The Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility (RERF), operated by Veolia on behalf of Leeds City Council, has now started delivering low carbon heat for local homes.