Work to prepare for assessing the condition of the PUREX processing plant’s underground waste storage tunnels is required to start in 2017 under a new deadline.
Work to prepare for assessing the condition of the PUREX processing plant’s underground waste storage tunnels is required to start in 2017 under a new deadline. Courtesy DOE
Work to prepare for assessing the condition of the PUREX processing plant’s underground waste storage tunnels is required to start in 2017 under a new deadline. Courtesy DOE

Public influence seen in new Hanford cleanup deadlines

June 09, 2016 06:57 PM

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