Andrew Killgore, a Hanford vitrification plant chemist, works at a lab at Columbia Basin College, where processes and procedures are being developed for the $17 billion plant being built to glassify radioactive and hazardous chemical waste.
Andrew Killgore, a Hanford vitrification plant chemist, works at a lab at Columbia Basin College, where processes and procedures are being developed for the $17 billion plant being built to glassify radioactive and hazardous chemical waste. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
Andrew Killgore, a Hanford vitrification plant chemist, works at a lab at Columbia Basin College, where processes and procedures are being developed for the $17 billion plant being built to glassify radioactive and hazardous chemical waste. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald

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