Features & Updates

One Million Tonnes and Counting: PHAI reaches milestone at the Port Hope Long-Term Waste Management Facility


More than one million tonnes of historic low-level radioactive waste has been safely transported to the Port Hope Long-Term Waste Management Facility (LTWMF), representing almost half of all the contaminated soil that is being removed from various locations in Port Hope, as part of Canada’s largest environmental cleanup - the Port Hope Area Initiative.

Port Hope property cleanup process explained


The planned removal of historic waste in the Port Hope community involves up to 4,800 property owners, at different phases of the project.

Notice of Upcoming Work - Installation of Sheet Piling at Mill Street Site


As part of the Port Hope Area Initiative, contractors will be installing sheet piling around the perimeter of the work site at Mill Street South.

CNL addresses concerns from Port Hope residents as cleanup continues


As the construction season comes to a close, CNL’s Port Hope team is reiterating that they are taking feedback from Port Hope residents about the cleanup very seriously.

Safety on the roads during PHAI work


With the transition from fall to winter resulting in fewer daylight hours and an increase in challenging driving conditions, we are reminded that staying safe on the roads requires effort and awareness.