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As a personal security measure, every property involved in PHAI radiological investigations has been issued a Site Identification Number that will be used during all communications between property owners and the PHAI and its contractors.
Planning a major landscaping, excavation or interior home renovation project? Don’t forget to contact the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Office (LLRWMO) before you dig! Click here for more info...
As part of the Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI), Balterre Contracting - Norway Asphalt Joint Venture will be upgrading road segments throughout the Municipality of Port Hope starting in late May and continuing until July.
Met with keen interest and lots of discussion, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories’ presentation at the 2017 Telfer School of Management in May was warmly received by an audience that spanned the public and private sectors.
The window of opportunity to have a Port Hope property tested for the presence of historic low-level radioactive waste – at no cost to the owner – remains open for a limited time only.
The Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) has named its 2017 Citizen Liaison Groups (CLG), after a public recruitment campaign that generated more applications than ever before.
It wasn’t surprising to anyone who knows Glenn Case that the President of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission took time during a public meeting in Port Hope last November to recognize Glenn’s long-standing contributions in the field of environmental and radioactive site remediation.