The signature radioactive blueish / green glow. We’ve all seen it in movies, and if you ever have the opportunity to see it in person, it’s eerily fascinating. But when tank waste is treated using a process called vitrification (turning waste into a glass like substance), does it still glow?
The River Corridor, a sprawling 220-square-mile expanse within the US Department of Energy’s Hanford site just north of Richland, rivals the size of Chicago. Today, this majestic river continues to be a lifeline for thousands of residents in cities and towns downstream from Hanford, propelling modern energy, agriculture, transportation, recreation, and commerce.
Hanford Communities is pleased to share Hanford-related news and updates through the Summer 2022 Newsletter (July – September).