The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) geoscience team and their contractor have completed pre-drilling water well sampling and testing at the potential repository site in Teeswater.
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) continues to collaborate with the Municipality of South Bruce as the organization takes a more site-focused approach for the proposed Nuclear waste storage facility.
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) will soon welcome Lise Morton as the new Vice President of Site Selection.
It is certainly positive to see Kinectrics establish in town and see the expansion at Gaylea but we need to continue to pursue more business attraction opportunities that have potential for long term career opportunities. Certainly, the DGR project has major job creation potential.
Why I started Willing to Listen isn’t an easy question to answer. I have realized it comes down to three things: truth, faith and hope.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has created an interactive look at a nuclear refurbishment.
Given the circumstances, one could be forgiven for feeling fearful and uneasy about what lies ahead for us in Bruce County. I’m reminded, however, of many reasons to take heart.
In a joint press release on Jan. 15, it was stated the goal of the survey is to “better understand how to improve the way the organization and municipality communicates and engages with the public.”
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization is planning to resume its research in South Bruce as it moves toward selecting a Deep Geologic Repository for spent nuclear fuel in 2023.
Construction has been completed at the first of two sites in South Bruce, Ontario, ahead of the start of borehole drilling.