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January 17, 2014 9:54 AM

Areva wins $19M contract for work on Hanford spill

Areva Federal Services has been awarded a subcontract worth nearly $19 million to design and test a system to clean up one of the Hanford nuclear reservation's worst radiological spills, concentrated cesium and strontium beneath the 324 Building.

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