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Nuclear Waste Program

Keeping people and the environment safe from the dangers of mixed radioactive and chemically hazardous waste

  • Overseeing the U.S. Department of Energy's Hanford cleanup activities
  • Regulating mixed wastes at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard complex
  • Regulating commercial nuclear facilities in the Tri-Cities area

Let’s talk about Hanford

State of the Hanford Site meeting April 29, 2014 - Richland Agenda
5:30 p.m. Doors open
6:15 p.m. Hanford story video
6:30 p.m. Meeting begins

Red Lion Hotel Hanford House: Ballroom
802 George Washington Way
Richland, WA 99352

These meetings offer the opportunity for interested members of the public to discuss Hanford cleanup progress, challenges, and priorities with decision-makers from the TPA agencies. More about the State of the Hanford Site...

ABOUT HANFORD

Frequently Asked Questions | Frequently Asked Questions: Leaking Tanks | News | Contacts | Hanford History | Nuclear Waste Program History | Información General de Hanford en Español

PERMITTING

Draft Hanford Dangerous Waste (Site-Wide), Rev. 9 | Hanford Site Air Operating (AOP) | AREVA NP | Perma-Fix | Puget Sound Naval Shipyard | More about permitting...

PROJECTS

Groundwater | Environmental Restoration Project | Tank Storage, Operations & Closure Project | Tank Waste Disposal Project | Facility Transition Project | Waste Management Project | More about projects...

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

Comment Periods | Hanford Information Repositories | Mailing Lists | Links | Contacts | TPA Events Calendar | More about public involvement...

COMMERCIAL LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL

US Ecology, Inc. | AREVA | Perma-Fix Northwest | Puget Sound Naval Shipyard | Northwest Interstate Compact

DOCUMENTS

Key Documents | Newsletters | Publications | Publicaciónes en Español | Settlements and Orders

SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook: Hanford Education & Outreach Network | Twitter: @ecyhanford

Photo of the Columbia river at the Hanford Reach
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