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Hanford is engaged in the world's largest environmental cleanup project and is vigorously pursuing three cleanup outcomes: restoring the Columbia River Corridor, transitioning the central part of the Hanford Site for waste treatment and long-term storage, and putting DOE assets to work solving regional and global environmental problems. The 586 square mile site is located on the Columbia River in southeastern Washington State.
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