CH2M Hill, Fluor Win Hanford Plateau Cleanup Contract

CH2M HILL will serve as the prime contractor for the Department of Energy's Plateau Remediation Contract at the Hanford site in Washington, and Fluor Corp. of Irving, Texas, will be a key subcontractor, according to a June 19 Fluor press release.

The contract is a multi-year project focusing on the safe, environmental cleanup of the Central Plateau of the Hanford site.

The scope of work includes treatment and disposal of various radioactive waste streams, treatment of groundwater, management of spent nuclear fuel, disposal of nuclear materials, demolition of non-reactor nuclear facilities, and environmental remediation activities currently funded through DOE's Office of Environmental Management.

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