More than 60 years ago four concrete vaults were constructed and later stainless steel tanks installed in them at the Idaho National Laboratory. Three of the tanks still house liquid radioactive waste — a total of 900,000 gallons. The fourth was built to transfer the waste if there was a malfunction.
More than 60 years ago four concrete vaults were constructed and later stainless steel tanks installed in them at the Idaho National Laboratory. Three of the tanks still house liquid radioactive waste — a total of 900,000 gallons. The fourth was built to transfer the waste if there was a malfunction. INL archives, 1950s
More than 60 years ago four concrete vaults were constructed and later stainless steel tanks installed in them at the Idaho National Laboratory. Three of the tanks still house liquid radioactive waste — a total of 900,000 gallons. The fourth was built to transfer the waste if there was a malfunction. INL archives, 1950s

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