Hanford

The basin of the East Reactor, shown here, was demolished a decade ago, but it remains in surveillance mode for now, awaiting final cocooning, or stabilizing. (Photos courtesy U.S. Department of Energy)

Hanford site cleanup story unfolding

By Arielle Dreher There’s no question plenty of contamination remains at the Hanford site. But let’s pause a moment to...
The Tri-Party Agreement was designed with a bias towards preserving the Columbia River from contamination, which led to the installation of several groundwater treatment facilities that treat contaminated water before it reaches the river basin on the Hanford site.

DOE looks to way to replace outgoing workers

Hanford’s workforce is made up of more professional support staff than engineers, scientists or technicians. More than 9,000 people are...
Catwell visits Hanford

Urgency, momentum progress at Hanford

By Brian Vance A sense of urgency is building at the Hanford site as we get closer to delivering on...

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