Monday, April 30, 2012

But...I was told that alternative energy was good for the environment?

Now I'm hearing from the people responsible for cleaning up the 0bama administrations shining example of .GOV investment into Gaia is not all Skittles and unicorn poop?

“numerous containers of solvents and chemicals…and processing equipment contaminated with lead.”
“Essentially it looks like they left a pretty big mess behind,” San Jose State Assistant Professor Dustin Mulvaney told CBS 5. Mulvaney has written a white paper (.pdf) on solar industry waste for the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition.
Looking at CBS 5’s video, Mulvaney said it’s hard to tell how much hazardous waste is at the Milpitas facility. But he said one thing is for sure.
“Materials labeled hazardous waste require a lot more protocol, so its actually a lot more expensive to clean,” Mulvaney said. “It’s very sad looking at this facility taken apart like this, because a lot of money went into building this.”


Solyndra was using hazardous chemicals to make money from nothing?
Shocked I tell ya!
But, like all good Liberals- they're expecting someone else to clean up the mess they made--for free.

Three months ago, CBS 5 caught Solyndra tossing millions of dollars worth of brand new glass tubes used to make solar panels. Now the bankrupt solar firm, once touted as a symbol of green technology, may be trying to abandon toxic waste.


  1. We'll pay for it. We always do, although I'm thinking you take those involved, including the politicians that allowed the money, and make them clean it up....on their own time.

  2. Yeah, right- then we'll force the pols all the way back to the late `70's to pay that IOU they put into the SocSec fund when the pulled it from the lockbox and put it into the gen'l fund.