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This guide was prepared in consultation with a number of
individuals and organizations bothinsidind outside of the
Hanford community. The gracious gift theifim. Insight,
and experience significantly contributectothe content and style
of this guide.
This guide was designedby Ro [ ttothe Pacdc
Northwest Laboratoy, with art b oemg ni uter Seivices
Richland artist Rick Muir =Writtencoibiiutionwere pioiied
by Robert Allen, Kathy Bl~ciia d. D fP; m Fi Krtin
Manke, Michaela Mann Andcrea McMakuiGeorganne -
O'Connor; Shanion Osbonrn Sal4i r@ oftheac
Northwest Laboratory.-Funiding od by
the Tank Waste Remediation Sst xI andTank Focus
Area programs. The P rated
for the U.S. Department o MemormT TBattelte
under Contract DE-A C O 76RLr .O 7
In writing'this guide theili6sources of -
tank waste information.Somemfrma o po atual
waste sample analyses D
tion is an extrapolation from ro ssmgrecords, chemcal
purchases, computer mnde1i' uit * Iedge
of Hanford staff. Assumptioin4s aneiaiie es found
intermingled For easo6r4 ficutibrs h this rport
especially thoseusedti& d de_'ihe niialaiidradioactive
nature of the tank waste; areofeiedsii estestimates. Develop
ing and maintain ari xi te de accesible ip-to
date, tank database is one
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Gephart, R.E. & Lundgren, R.E. Hanford tank clean up: A guide to understanding the technical issues, report, December 31, 1995; Richland, Washington. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc671326/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.