Canadian Nuclear Laboratories is proposing the construction of an engineered facility for the permanent disposal of low-level waste at Chalk River Laboratories. The proposal is now before Canada’s nuclear regulator, which will make a final decision following public hearings that begin on May 30, 2022.
Chalk River Laboratories – the main campus of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) – has been home to game-changing science for more than 70 years.
Research at the site has not only saved countless lives through the development of cancer . . .
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