It came as a shock for Carol Etheridge when she heard about the recent news of burning tires to fuel cryptocurrency mining in her neighborhood. Etheridge lives in the state of Pennsylvania, a few miles from the Panther Creek Power Plant in Nesquehoning, which now operates cryptocurrency mining on-site.
“It’s terrible. I can’t even believe that people would be allowed to burn tires,” Etheridge said….
Read More: Burning Tires to Fuel Bitcoin Mining: Can it Go Green?