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        Radioactive Waste Cleanup Continues At Hanford Nuclear Reservation | Human Impact on the Physical Environment | Geography

        RICHLAND, WA - JUNE 30: A sign is seen as you enter the world's largest environmental cleanup project at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation June 30, 2005 near Richland, Washington. The 586-square-mile site, located along the Columbia River in southeastern Washington, was a plutonium production complex that played a key role in the nation's defense beginning in the 1940's with the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb and continued for 40 years.

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