Hanford workers have started removing radioactive sludge from Tank AY-102. The tank has waste leaking between its double shells.
Hanford workers have started removing radioactive sludge from Tank AY-102. The tank has waste leaking between its double shells. File Associated Press
Hanford workers have started removing radioactive sludge from Tank AY-102. The tank has waste leaking between its double shells. File Associated Press

Workers removing radioactive sludge from leaking Hanford tank

April 01, 2016 08:56 PM

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