Hanford could need annual budgets of up to $4 billion in about five years as it finishes construction of the Pretreatment Facility at the vitrification plant while operating other parts of the plant to treat radioactive waste, according to some projections.
Hanford could need annual budgets of up to $4 billion in about five years as it finishes construction of the Pretreatment Facility at the vitrification plant while operating other parts of the plant to treat radioactive waste, according to some projections. Courtesy Bechtel National
Hanford could need annual budgets of up to $4 billion in about five years as it finishes construction of the Pretreatment Facility at the vitrification plant while operating other parts of the plant to treat radioactive waste, according to some projections. Courtesy Bechtel National

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