“The absence of any policies or strategies for dealing with these wastes, many of which will be hazardous for more than 100,000 years is a serious problem”

Dr. Gordon Edwards, Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility

“I call it  ‘Dollar Store Decommissioning’ for a very simple set of reasons: CNL’s plans are cheap on facilities, cheap on seriously considering alternative sites to receive the waste, cheap on best practices to properly decommission the Chalk River site; and finally cheap when compared to the original planning estimates under the NLLP and site wide decommissioning plans.”

Judith Lacroix, Ottawa