Nuclear Chemical Operators Scott Johnston (pointing) and Spencer Steelman, along with other Fluor Hanford crews, consolidated some 42 cubic yards of radioactive sludge in Hanford’s K Basins in 2007, paving the way for draining and demolishing one of the basins.
Nuclear Chemical Operators Scott Johnston (pointing) and Spencer Steelman, along with other Fluor Hanford crews, consolidated some 42 cubic yards of radioactive sludge in Hanford’s K Basins in 2007, paving the way for draining and demolishing one of the basins.
Nuclear Chemical Operators Scott Johnston (pointing) and Spencer Steelman, along with other Fluor Hanford crews, consolidated some 42 cubic yards of radioactive sludge in Hanford’s K Basins in 2007, paving the way for draining and demolishing one of the basins.

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