New Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette got a closer look Thursday at Hanford projects to finally begin treating some of the 56 million gallons of toxic waste in underground tanks at the nuclear reservation.

Brouilllette cut the ribbon at one of the major facilities at the massive $17 billion vitrification plant.

The world’s largest plant to treat radioactive waste has been under construction for 18 years north of Richland.

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