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Tank Closure 101: Understanding Tank Closure Standards on the Hanford Site

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
08-05-017June 2009July 2010
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Author(s) Ginger Wireman
Description This guide is to educate the public about the issues engineers and scientists at Hanford must consider, and the rules they will follow, in making final closure decisions for the underground storage tanks at Hanford, which hold millions of gallons of radioactive and chemically dangerous wastes.
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Contact Ginger Wireman at 509-372-7950 or Hanford@ecy.wa.gov
Keywords Tri-Party Agreement, Columbia River, tank, cleanup, tank waste, nuclear waste, Hanford, dangerous waste