Washington River Protection Solutions has offered to make nights and weekends the standard shift for work at the Hanford tank farms as part of a plan to better protect workers from chemical vapors. Fewer workers would be on site then.
Washington River Protection Solutions has offered to make nights and weekends the standard shift for work at the Hanford tank farms as part of a plan to better protect workers from chemical vapors. Fewer workers would be on site then. Courtesy WRPS
Washington River Protection Solutions has offered to make nights and weekends the standard shift for work at the Hanford tank farms as part of a plan to better protect workers from chemical vapors. Fewer workers would be on site then. Courtesy WRPS

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