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Siemens Gamesa now offering recyclable blades for onshore units

As a part of plans to achieve full material circularity from 2040, the German-Spanish OEM announces now having a recyclable rotor blade available for onshore wind turbines.

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Siemens Gamesa reports now having a recyclable rotor blade available for onshore wind turbines, the OEM informs in a statement.

This news comes as a part of the company’s plans to achieve full material circularity from 2040.

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