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Hanford Site Demolitions
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Hanford Site Demolitions
Grant Monrean, videographer for Hanford Site contractor CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company, prepares to film a demolition at Hanford. A video of the demolitions that changed Hanford’s skyline was the most-viewed entry on the Richland Operation Office’s YouTube site, drawing a record-setting 1,000-plus views in just one day and over 14,000 in the first week it was posted. The video — not just the demolitions — even drew the attention of news outlets such as The Seattle Times and KING 5 News, a television news station in Seattle. “We want to show people everything we’re doing to clean up the Hanford Site — from the groundwater up and, in this case, back down again. We also want to make it engaging and understandable for viewers so they can see the difference Recovery Act funds are making in environmental cleanup,” said Grant Monrean, videographer for Hanford Site contractor CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CH2M HILL). “We get video footage of our projects every week as part of our commitment to maintaining transparency about the work we are doing with the Recovery Act funds.”
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