A carpenter builds a ladder and scaffolding around a Low Activity Waste Facility process cell at the Hanford vitrification plant. The plant could be treating waste as soon as 2022.
A carpenter builds a ladder and scaffolding around a Low Activity Waste Facility process cell at the Hanford vitrification plant. The plant could be treating waste as soon as 2022. Courtesy Bechtel National
A carpenter builds a ladder and scaffolding around a Low Activity Waste Facility process cell at the Hanford vitrification plant. The plant could be treating waste as soon as 2022. Courtesy Bechtel National

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