Atomic Energy Commission officials speak about a breeder reactor and a rehabilitation program in Richland, Washington.
Richland Washington USA Date:1966 Duration:3 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission on the Hanford Project in Richland, Washington. Scientists work on various equipment for constructing a plutonium breeder reactor. Glenn Theodore Seaborg, the chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commission(AEC), speaks about the breeder reactor. He points to a picture of the breeder rector in operation at the Atomic Energy Commission testing center. Cars driven towards the AEC center. An aerial view of the AEC center. Donald G. Williams, the manager of the AEC Richland, speaks about the Richland plant. Vehicles on a road. An aerial view of the township. He speaks about the development of a metropolitan city and about providing jobs to people who would loose their jobs due to the shutting down of a few reactors. A man prints a paper that reads Hanford capabilities. The members of the Tri-City Development Council with other government officials in a conference. Names of the various big organizations involved in the Hanford Project after the General Electric.
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