Hanford’s highest-hazard facility, the Plutonium Finishing Plant, is slated for demolition this year by the Department of Energy. The Richland Operations Office’s vision for the next decade calls for eliminating several major environmental and safety risks in the center of the Hanford Site while completing cleanup along the Columbia River and increasing controlled access by members of Native American tribes and the public.
Hanford’s highest-hazard facility, the Plutonium Finishing Plant, is slated for demolition this year by the Department of Energy. The Richland Operations Office’s vision for the next decade calls for eliminating several major environmental and safety risks in the center of the Hanford Site while completing cleanup along the Columbia River and increasing controlled access by members of Native American tribes and the public. Courtesy DOE Richland Operations Office
Hanford’s highest-hazard facility, the Plutonium Finishing Plant, is slated for demolition this year by the Department of Energy. The Richland Operations Office’s vision for the next decade calls for eliminating several major environmental and safety risks in the center of the Hanford Site while completing cleanup along the Columbia River and increasing controlled access by members of Native American tribes and the public. Courtesy DOE Richland Operations Office

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