July 2013
Nuclear Waste News;07/02/2013, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p5
The article reports on the proposal of Ontario Power Generation (OPG) regarding a separate site for decommissioning waste from its reactors in addition to other proposed radioactive waste disposal facility locations. Two proposed sites near the Bruce nuclear station on Lake Huron are presented including one for high-level waste consisting of spent nuclear fuel, and another for low- and intermediate-level waste from operating nuclear reactors. Capacity of the proposed site is mentioned.


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