The "second chapter" of The Hanford Story video series explaining the 586-square-mile nuclear reservation to the public has been released by the Department of Energy.
This five-minute chapter, which cost $11,000 to produce, focuses on the groundwater beneath Hanford, covering how 65 square miles became contaminated, and work to clean up the contamination. The first chapter released gives an overview of Hanford.
In addition, the videos will be screened by speakers requested from the Hanford Speakers Bureau. More information is available by emailing HSB@rl.gov.
To see the video, go to hanford.gov.
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