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Radiochemical Processing Laboratory

Radiochemical Processing Laboratory

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The Radiochemical Processing Laboratory's (RPL) mission is to provide core capability in applied nuclear science & technology furthering innovative radiological material processes and solutions for environmental, nuclear energy and national security initiatives. This includes technologies to advance the cleanup of radiological and hazardous wastes; processing and disposal of nuclear fuels; addressing National Security; and the production and delivery of medical isotopes.

Located in the Hanford 300 Area, the RPL is a Department of Energy Hazard Category II Non-Reactor Nuclear Facility operated by Battelle.

RPL 2017 Nuclear Historic Landmark

November 2017 press release from the American Nuclear Society (ANS)

RPL

Energy and Environment Directorate

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RPL at a Glance

Solving Global Problems with Premier Staff and Facilities
Solving Global Problems with Premier Staff and Facilities

RPL Historic Landmark

A National Asset with Multiple Missions
A National Asset with Multiple Missions

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