An extended reach sluicing system is installed in Hanford's underground Tank C-105 to restart work to empty the tank of the 30,375 gallons of radioactive waste that remained after the Mobile Arm Retrieval System gave out.
An extended reach sluicing system is installed in Hanford's underground Tank C-105 to restart work to empty the tank of the 30,375 gallons of radioactive waste that remained after the Mobile Arm Retrieval System gave out. Washington River Protection Solutions
An extended reach sluicing system is installed in Hanford's underground Tank C-105 to restart work to empty the tank of the 30,375 gallons of radioactive waste that remained after the Mobile Arm Retrieval System gave out. Washington River Protection Solutions

19 years later, Hanford’s 1st radioactive tank farm emptied

November 24, 2017 04:58 PM

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