Energy Department to remove radioactive waste from Hanford

, The National Law Journal

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The U.S. Department of Energy said it plans to remove up to 3.1 million gallons of radioactive waste from aging underground tanks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington State and truck it to Carlsbad, New Mexico, for disposal.

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  • Trisha Pritikin

    Dear Ms Greene,

    Thank you for your coverage of Hanford's leaking tanks of radioactive waste, and, most importantly, for not forgetting the Downwinders in your coverage of Hanford related issues.

    As one of those health-impacted Downwinders, having lost my father to thyroid cancer, my mother to malignant melanoma, and my own thyroid to a precancerous nodule and autoimmune thyroiditis, your coverage gives me hope and lets me know we are not forgotten.

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