October 05, 2009



Washington’s Hanford Nuclear Reservation contains the radioactive waste of the Cold War nuclear arms race.

It has been an incredibly expensive project to clean up and contain so far. Now a new report from the Government

Accountability Office questions the sense of spending far more than originally estimated to remove underground

nuclear storage tanks.

       KOHO’s Isaac Kaplan-Woolner spoke

about the GAO report with the head of Hanford Challenge, the leading Hanford nuclear cleanup


       For even more on the challenges of the

Hanford cleanup, join us online at www.kohoradio.com for an extended

version of this interview.


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