Features & Updates

Citizen Liaison Group recruitment well underway. Local citizens are encouraged to join the conversation


The Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) is accepting applications for the 2017 Port Hope Project and Port Granby Project Citizen Liaison Groups (CLG) until December 9.

Japanese Nuclear Regulator Representatives Visit PHAI for Information Exchange


Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) staff welcomed seven representatives from the Nuclear Regulation Authority of Japan on November 18 to exchange information about the environmental remediation and the management of historic waste.

Historic low-level waste programs consolidated at Port Hope Office


Programs and projects delivered by Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) through the Port Hope Area Initiative Management Office (PHAI MO) and the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Office (LLRWMO) are being consolidated at the Toronto Road, Port Hope, building that currently houses the PHAI.

Safely Transporting Waste During Port Granby Project Cleanup


Before leaving the existing Port Granby Waste Management Facility site, trucks transporting historic low-level radioactive waste pass through a vehicle portal monitor and weigh station, which tracks waste volumes and measures radiation.

CNSC Commissioners Tour PHAI Project Sites


Commissioners of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), in Port Hope for a public meeting, joined PHAI and AECL senior staff on November 8 for a tour of the Port Granby Long-Term Waste Management Facility, Port Hope Project Waste Water Treatment Plant and major project sites.