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Nuclear Waste: Uncertainties and Questions about Costs and Risks Persist with DoE’s Tank Waste Cleanup Strategy at Hanford
Gene Aloise (au)
At its Hanford Site in Washington State, the Dept. of Energy (DoE) is responsible for one of the world’s biggest cleanup projects: the treatment and disposal of about 56 million gallons of radioactive and hazardous waste, stored in 177 underground tanks. Two decades and several halted efforts later, none of this waste has yet been treated, cleanup costs have grown steadily, and prospective cleanup time frames have lengthened. This report assesses: (1) DoE’s current tank waste cleanup strategy and key technical, legal, and other uncertainties; (2) the extent to which DoE has analyzed whether this strategy is commensurate with risks from the wastes; and (3) opportunities to reduce tank waste cleanup costs. Includes recommend. Charts and tables.
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