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Point Clark - Ripley - Lucknow

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Huron-Kinloss Nuclear


Step 3 Phase 2 of the Adaptive Phased Management Project

What's next for the Township of Huron-Kinloss

Preliminary Assessments are the third of nine steps in a multi-year process for evaluating potential
suitability of communities to host a deep geological repository for Canada’s used nuclear fuel and an
associated Centre of Expertise. Phase 1 assessments evaluated in a preliminary way the potential for an
area to meet or exceed strict technical requirements, and for the project to align with the community’s
long-term goals and vision. 

NWMO has completed Phase 1 of preliminary assessment for the three communities in Bruce County.  Based on work undertaken, the Township of Huron-Kinloss was assessed as having strong potential to meet site selection requirements and has been identified for further study. Huron-Kinloss has now entered Phase 2 of Preliminary Assessment for the Adaptive Phased Management project.

NWMO News Release, December 2, 2014

NWMO  Phase 1 Preliminary Assessments: Summary Findings and Decisions



NWMO Open House

Phase 2 Preliminary Assessment Studies



NWMO News Release - March 3, 2015

NWMO Concludes Studies in Creighton, Saskatchewan and Schreiber, Ontario

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is concluding preliminary assessment studies in Creighton, Saskatchewan and Schreiber, Ontario. These communities were engaged in learning more about  Adaptive Phased Management (APM).

Preliminary Assessments are the third of nine steps in a multi-year process for evaluating potential suitability of communities to host a deep geological repository and an associated Centre of Expertise. Studies and engagement associated with this step are ongoing in areas in or near nine Ontario communities: Blind River, Central Huron, Elliot Lake, Hornepayne, Huron-Kinloss, Ignace, Manitouwadge, South Bruce and White River.

NWMO News Release - Toronto, March 3, 2015

NWMO Concludes Studies in Creighton, Saskatchewan and Schreiber, Ontario



Questions about the Adaptive Phased Management project

 

Drop by the Nuclear Waste Management Organization Learn More Centre to learn more about Adaptive Phased Management (APM), meet NWMO Staff and ask questions.

Community Questions and Answers are available online on the Township of Huron-Kinloss website. 

Should you have a question you would like answered, please submit to klush@huronkinloss.com.



Adaptive Phased Management Corporate Social Responsibility Program

NWMO Sponsorship of Local Initiatives

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization has introduced the Corporate Social Responsibility Program (CSRP) which is intended to support and build on the approach to implementing Canada's plan for the long-term management of used nuclear fuel. The Adaptive Phased Management Plan works collaboratively with communities engaged in the process over a time period that spans multiple generations, and supports the well-being of communities. The CSRP supports efforts to establish and strengthen collaborative relationships within the community and promote community well-being.

Adaptive Phased Management (APM) Corporate Social Responsibility Program



NWCAC Timeline Report March 2015

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.




2018Township of Huron-Kinloss
21 Queen Street, PO Box 130
Ripley, Ontario N0G 2R0
519-395-3735
info@huronkinloss.com

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