The 618-10 Burial Ground, six miles north of Richland at the Hanford nuclear reservation, had vertically buried pipes filled with waste and trenches. To the right is the hole with a long ramp where contaminated soil was dug up after uranium-contaminated liquid waste had been dumped into the ground.
The 618-10 Burial Ground, six miles north of Richland at the Hanford nuclear reservation, had vertically buried pipes filled with waste and trenches. To the right is the hole with a long ramp where contaminated soil was dug up after uranium-contaminated liquid waste had been dumped into the ground. Courtesy DOE
The 618-10 Burial Ground, six miles north of Richland at the Hanford nuclear reservation, had vertically buried pipes filled with waste and trenches. To the right is the hole with a long ramp where contaminated soil was dug up after uranium-contaminated liquid waste had been dumped into the ground. Courtesy DOE

Hazardous Hanford radioactive waste pipes near Richland are history

June 14, 2017 7:51 PM

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