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Greenidge installs screens on intake system

DRESDEN-Greenidge Generation, a vertically integrated cryptocurrency datacenter and power generation company, announced the installation of cylindrical wedge wire screens at the company's water intake system in Seneca Lake has entered the final stage.
The installation of the screens was approved by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reviewed relevant components of the project and issued approval.
Greenidge has invested more than $6 million to complete the study, design and installation processes required to complete the wedge wire screen project.
The construction work is being completed by local union labor, including members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 840, Dockbuilders and Timbermen Local 1556, Carpenters Western New York Local Union 276, International Union of Operating Engineers Local 158 & 150 and Millwrights Local 1163.
"We've said it for years: the screens are going in, we are making the investment and we simply need to go through all of the extensive state and federal approval processes," said Greenidge Generation President Dale Irwin.





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