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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.
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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.
A strong contingent of approximately 80 attendees, representing 35 companies in the North American remediation and construction industry, participated in an information session about the cleanup and restoration of waste sites through the Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI).
As part of ongoing emergency preparedness at Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) construction and remediation sites, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) and Clarington Emergency and Fire Services conducted an emergency response exercise at the Port Granby Project Long-Term Waste Management Facility on March 22, 2017.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) has awarded the Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) contract to complete construction of the remaining storage cells at the Port Hope Project Long-Term Waste Management Facility.
In a PHAI update to the Municipality of Port Hope on March 7, 2017, Craig Hebert, General Manager of the Historic Waste Program Management Office, highlighted that the start of the cleanup in the community is now only a year away.