Washington River Protection Solutions, the Hanford tank farm contractor, has joined the Department of Energy in asking a federal judge to dismiss the state of Washington’s lawsuit against DOE and its contractor seeking better protection for Hanford tank farm workers from exposure to chemical vapors.
Washington River Protection Solutions, the Hanford tank farm contractor, has joined the Department of Energy in asking a federal judge to dismiss the state of Washington’s lawsuit against DOE and its contractor seeking better protection for Hanford tank farm workers from exposure to chemical vapors. File AP
Washington River Protection Solutions, the Hanford tank farm contractor, has joined the Department of Energy in asking a federal judge to dismiss the state of Washington’s lawsuit against DOE and its contractor seeking better protection for Hanford tank farm workers from exposure to chemical vapors. File AP

Hanford tank farm contractor wants lawsuit dismissed

September 02, 2016 04:03 PM

UPDATED September 02, 2016 04:18 PM

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