Old Fort William Cottagers’ Association (OFWCA) has been doing research and has been listening to what the experts are saying about CNL’s draft environmental impact statement (EIS). There are some very serious problems and concerns about CNL’s proposal for a Near Surface Disposal Facility (NSDF) at Chalk River.
First, CNL wants to bring radioactive waste to Chalk River from several places around the country – about 100,000 cubic metres of it. OFWCA said no to this last July in a resolution. And since then the Municipalities of Sheenboro, Clarendon, Bristol, Campbell’s Bay, Canton de Lochaber and the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet have also passed resolutions opposing this plan.
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