Plastics and the Environment

These bike shelters are made from wind turbines

Wind turbines in the countryside in France, which are likely to be recycled after retirement. Image: Thomas Reaubourg/Unsplash

Douglas Broom

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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This image shows a section of turbine blade which shelters bikes in Denmark. Image: Siemens Gamesa via Twitter
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