The Environmental Protection Agency has used it regulatory authority to insist that the Department of Energy dig up buried radioactive waste near the Columbia River at Hanford rather than cover burial grounds with earthen caps to keep precipitation from driving contamination deeper into the ground.
The Environmental Protection Agency has used it regulatory authority to insist that the Department of Energy dig up buried radioactive waste near the Columbia River at Hanford rather than cover burial grounds with earthen caps to keep precipitation from driving contamination deeper into the ground. File Tri-City Herald
The Environmental Protection Agency has used it regulatory authority to insist that the Department of Energy dig up buried radioactive waste near the Columbia River at Hanford rather than cover burial grounds with earthen caps to keep precipitation from driving contamination deeper into the ground. File Tri-City Herald

Where should Hanford be regulated from — Seattle or Tri-Cities?

November 14, 2017 06:05 PM

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