Contaminated soil at Hanford’s 618-10 Burial Ground is loaded into containers on Thursday to be taken to a central Hanford landfill. The soil was near vertically buried pipes filled with waste that have been cleaned up.
Contaminated soil at Hanford’s 618-10 Burial Ground is loaded into containers on Thursday to be taken to a central Hanford landfill. The soil was near vertically buried pipes filled with waste that have been cleaned up. David Martin Courtesy DOE
Contaminated soil at Hanford’s 618-10 Burial Ground is loaded into containers on Thursday to be taken to a central Hanford landfill. The soil was near vertically buried pipes filled with waste that have been cleaned up. David Martin Courtesy DOE

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March 23, 2017 08:46 PM

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