James Owendoff, who is the acting leader of the Department of Energy cleanup work, is looking at ways to speed up the treatment of Hanford’s tank waste. Much of the waste is expected to be treated at the Waste Treatment Plant, shown in the fog.
James Owendoff, who is the acting leader of the Department of Energy cleanup work, is looking at ways to speed up the treatment of Hanford’s tank waste. Much of the waste is expected to be treated at the Waste Treatment Plant, shown in the fog. Courtesy Bechtel National
James Owendoff, who is the acting leader of the Department of Energy cleanup work, is looking at ways to speed up the treatment of Hanford’s tank waste. Much of the waste is expected to be treated at the Waste Treatment Plant, shown in the fog. Courtesy Bechtel National

DOE proposes faster ways to treat Hanford waste. Will it meet state standards?

November 15, 2017 07:06 PM