A drawing illustrates how waste is pumped out of the annulus between the shells of Hanford Tank AY-102 and the refractory on which the inner shell sits.
A drawing illustrates how waste is pumped out of the annulus between the shells of Hanford Tank AY-102 and the refractory on which the inner shell sits. Courtesy Washington River Protection Solutions
A drawing illustrates how waste is pumped out of the annulus between the shells of Hanford Tank AY-102 and the refractory on which the inner shell sits. Courtesy Washington River Protection Solutions

More waste removed from Hanford tank over weekend

April 25, 2016 04:58 PM

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