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CH2M Hill Treats 1.4B Gallons of Contaminated Water at DoE Hanford Site

CH2MhillThe CH2M Hill Plateau Remeditation Company has treated 1.4 billion gallons of contaminated groundwater at the Energy Department’s Hanford site, Environmental Leader reported Tuesday.

The company reached the DoE-mandated goal three months ahead of the September 2013 due date.

According to the report, the Hanford site has six pumps and treatment systems to deal with plumes and contaminants from the Columbia River, which passes through the facility.

For fiscal 2012, CH2M Hill exceeded the department goal of treating 1.2 billion gallons of contaminated water.

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