Features & Updates

Work at residential sites

CNL’s contractor is now undertaking construction work at residential properties in Port Hope where historic low-level radioactive waste has been identified.

During this work – which will be ongoing until winter weather arrives –
you may see and/or hear:

  • Installation of construction fencing around the properties and placement of a construction trailer in the vicinity
  • Site preparations including tree clearing/chipping and removal of patio stones, interlocking brick and other hardscape material
  • Removal and/or demolition of sheds, decks, outbuildings and fencing
  • Excavation of soil from yards and backfilling with clean soil

No road closures are expected; however, there may be temporary lane closures in the construction area.

Dust monitoring and noise monitoring will take place during the work.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact CNL’s Port Hope Project Information Exchange at 905.885.0291 or info@phai.ca.

For more project details, visit us online at PHAI.ca or in person at
115 Toronto Road, Port Hope, Monday to Friday, 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.



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