A pump and treat facility near the horn of the Columbia River where it cuts through Hanford is removing hexavalent chromium from groundwater before it reaches the river.
A pump and treat facility near the horn of the Columbia River where it cuts through Hanford is removing hexavalent chromium from groundwater before it reaches the river. Courtesy DOE
A pump and treat facility near the horn of the Columbia River where it cuts through Hanford is removing hexavalent chromium from groundwater before it reaches the river. Courtesy DOE

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