Work with radioactive material is done inside a hot cell at Hanford’s 222-S Laboratory. The lab is used to analyze radioactive waste.
Work with radioactive material is done inside a hot cell at Hanford’s 222-S Laboratory. The lab is used to analyze radioactive waste. Tri-City Herald file
Work with radioactive material is done inside a hot cell at Hanford’s 222-S Laboratory. The lab is used to analyze radioactive waste. Tri-City Herald file

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