Two radiological engineers were recognized as experts in their fields by the Columbia Chapter of the Health Physics Society.
The Hanford Vit Plant recently received three autosamplers for the High-Level Waste (HLW) Facility. The autosampling system will ensure the glass produced meets all regulatory standards and requirements.
With a donation of $30,000 to help build the Vista Arts Center, Bechtel is demonstrating its commitment to transform the Tri-Cities through a performing and visual arts center.
Hanford Vit Plant Project Director Peggy McCullough shared a project update earlier this year with the Tri-Cities community in the Tri-City Herald. Click to read that Progress update.
Hanford Vit Plant subcontractor Porvair Filtration Group Inc. was named Large Business Subcontractor of the Year by Bechtel at its annual Supply Chain Recognition Awards event.
Today, DOE announced modifications to the baseline and contract with Bechtel to implement Direct Feed Low-Activity Waste at the Hanford Vit Plant.
An ad and long-form explanation of the Vit Plant raise awareness of the Vit Plant’s mission and acknowledge employees’ efforts to design and build a first-of-its-kind facility.
The Hanford Vit Plant continued its focus on improving quality through increased collaboration with supply chain vendors at the second annual Supply Chain Collaboration Event.
For the second consecutive year, the Hanford Vit Plant construction site was recognized by the Department of Energy for its safety statistics and mentoring efforts in 2015.
The public can now take a virtual tour of the most advanced nuclear processing facilities built to solidify radioactive waste in glass.