2011: One of Hanford's "tank farms," where some of the site's 53 million gallons of nuclear waste is stored below ground in giant, aging steel-and-concrete tanks.
2011: One of Hanford's "tank farms," where some of the site's 53 million gallons of nuclear waste is stored below ground in giant, aging steel-and-concrete tanks. Seattle Times/MCT
2011: One of Hanford's "tank farms," where some of the site's 53 million gallons of nuclear waste is stored below ground in giant, aging steel-and-concrete tanks. Seattle Times/MCT

Hanford nuclear cleanup slow, workers frustrated

November 18, 2013 01:06 PM

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