RICHLAND, Wash. – When the Hanford Site moved to an essential mission-critical operations posture in late March to ensure the safety of the site and local communities, the number of employees that reported to work dropped to about 10 to 15 percent of the normal 11,000-person workforce.
RICHLAND, Wash. – Hanford Site Department of Energy (DOE) offices and several Hanford Site contractors were recognized this year for their efforts to purchase products that protect the environment, conserve energy and reduce costs.
Columbia Riverkeeper, an organization that focuses on Hanford cleanup and the surrounding environment, says Trump's proposal to cut funding could have some huge damaging effects.
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