One option for treating all of the 56 million gallons of radioactive waste held in underground tanks is to add a second Low Activity Waste Facility to the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification facility. Construction of the plant’s current Low Activity Waste Facility could be finished in June.
One option for treating all of the 56 million gallons of radioactive waste held in underground tanks is to add a second Low Activity Waste Facility to the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification facility. Construction of the plant’s current Low Activity Waste Facility could be finished in June. Courtesy Bechtel National
One option for treating all of the 56 million gallons of radioactive waste held in underground tanks is to add a second Low Activity Waste Facility to the Hanford nuclear reservation’s vitrification facility. Construction of the plant’s current Low Activity Waste Facility could be finished in June. Courtesy Bechtel National

Hanford issue brings rare visit by National Academies to Richland. Public can comment

February 07, 2018 12:46 PM