Yep, just bury the crap and stay out of sight out of mind green I guess. The reality is those damn things are basically a polymer with carbon fiber matrix. Some even contain nano carbon fiber- a potentially worse form with still unknown environmental effects. Nano carbon can easily be incorporated within living systems. That crap has a half-life of who knows how many kazillion years and is friable (breakable) so it can easily migrate through systems with unknown long term health risk. Kind of like asbestos on steroids. Last year I asked an individual, fairly high up in a Japanese company that uses wind turbine technology, the question about recycling the out-of-date (fatigue lifespan) parts. That person said directly to me, "there is no current technology to handle the used wind turbine waste." That rep said the best they can do currently is bind it up in something like a solid polymer block so it can't escape, or I assume, bury it. And it's not just the polymer/carbon fiber wind turbine waste but other applications that are seemingly being used everywhere with that use growing in scope. Currently I think the wind turbine waste accounts for the largest concentrated waste quantity. Unknown overall though.