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Township of Huron - Kinloss
Consideration for Test Borehole Sites
The Township of Huron-Kinloss has approved in principle a plan to explore the feasibility of NWMO drilling an initial borehole on municipally held lands as part of Phase 2 Field Studies, and has prepared a map of some municipal land holdings which might be considered.
The NWMO is currently developing a plan for Phase 2 Field Studies which will be reviewed by Council and then will be the subject of open houses and other engagement activities and discussions with community members. Note that the purpose of this initial borehole is to better understand regional geology at this very early phase of study.
Learn more about the Initial Borehole Drilling and Testing in Huron-Kinloss. This NWMO publication is in draft form and comments are welcome.
NWMO Completes Phase 1 Preliminary Assessments in Central Huron
TORONTO, October 29, 2015 – The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has completed the first phase of preliminary assessment for the Municipality of Central Huron, Ontario.
Based on work the NWMO completed, Central Huron is assessed as having potential to meet site selection requirements for a deep geological repository for used nuclear fuel, and warrants further study.
Learn More About Canada's Plan for Used Nuclear Fuel
If your community service organization or group is interested in learning more about the Adaptive Phased Management project and Canada's plan for the long-term management of used nuclear fuel, the NWMO is available to speak with your group. The NWMO will attend your service group meeting, present on the project and answer any questions your group may have.
To schedule an NWMO presentation with your community service group contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit www.nwmo.ca for more information and resources.
The NWCAC Timeline Report is a quarterly report that communicates the committees activities.
All reports are posted on the Township of Huron-Kinloss website.
The Committee meets the 1st Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted.
All meetings are open to the public.
For more information about the project or the NWCAC email email@example.com
NWMO's Five Year Strategic Plan
Implementing Adaptive Phased Management 2016 to 2020 – DRAFT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW is an annual five-year strategic plan. The Plan provides an overview of the NWMO and Adaptive Phased Management. The Plan presents highlights of the work program in eight key areas. Activities are proposed in each area to support continued progress on this important national initiative.
Based on the comments and ideas received, the plan will be refined and published in the final document in March 2016. Progress in 2016 against this Plan will be described in the Annual Report published in March 2017.
The Plan is a living document that is regularly assessed, strengthened and redirected in the face of new information, advances in technology and science, changes in societal values and evolving public policy.
Comments and ideas about how to continue to move forward are welcomed.