Concrete and rebar walls are installed at the top of the High Level Waste Facility at the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification plant. Legal deadlines for the plant’s operation would require annual Hanford budgets as high as $4 billion.
Concrete and rebar walls are installed at the top of the High Level Waste Facility at the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification plant. Legal deadlines for the plant’s operation would require annual Hanford budgets as high as $4 billion. Courtesy Bechtel National
Concrete and rebar walls are installed at the top of the High Level Waste Facility at the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification plant. Legal deadlines for the plant’s operation would require annual Hanford budgets as high as $4 billion. Courtesy Bechtel National

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