Hot cells within the Hanford Waste Encapsulation and Disposal Facility were used to package radioactive waste removed from Hanford’s waste storage tanks into 22-inch capsules that now are stored underwater.
Hot cells within the Hanford Waste Encapsulation and Disposal Facility were used to package radioactive waste removed from Hanford’s waste storage tanks into 22-inch capsules that now are stored underwater. Department of Energy
Hot cells within the Hanford Waste Encapsulation and Disposal Facility were used to package radioactive waste removed from Hanford’s waste storage tanks into 22-inch capsules that now are stored underwater. Department of Energy

This Hanford waste is so nasty it’s kept under 13 feet of water. Feds say it needs more time to deal with it

October 06, 2018 11:16 AM