Greenidge Generation, a gas-powered Bitcoin-mining operation, agreed to pay $105,000 to settle claims it violated the EPA’s coal ash program. This requires companies to follow certain groundwater monitoring rules, among other things.
Greenidge Generation started mining Bitcoin at a shuttered New York power plant that used to burn coal in 2020. It has faced pushback from state lawmakers due to concerns about its environmental impact.
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