Next phase in South Bruce focuses on safety and protecting the environment

Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) Vice-President of Site Selection, Dr. Ben Belfadhel, provided an update on the next steps for South Bruce in the...

Everyone has a responsibility to help flatten the curve says NWMO

“All of us have a responsibility to take actions to help flatten the curve, and we have long been committed to supporting the health...

NWMO releases Triennial Report 2017 to 2019 – Moving towards partnership

The NWMO is committed to transparency, and our annual implementation plans are one way we demonstrate that commitment. These plans are living documents. They...

NWMO signs agreements with landowners in the Municipality of South Bruce

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is advancing Canada’s plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel. The NWMO signed agreements with landowners...

NWMO renews co-operation agreement with South Korean counterpart

Canada’s Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) and our South Korean counterpart the Korea Radioactive Waste Agency (KORAD) have renewed our co-operation and knowledge-sharing agreement. Derek...

NWMO specialist shares findings on long-term repository safety

Canada’s plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel calls for used fuel to be contained and isolated in a deep geological...

NWMO taking steps to partnerships in Huron-Kinloss and South Bruce

  NWMO leaders have been visiting local municipal Councils in Huron-Kinloss and South Bruce to provide an update on the site selection process. Vice-President of NWMO...

Is any progress possible?

The storage of radio-active material continues to be more of a political issue than a technical one. Some countries are moving along at a steady...

Is any progress possible?

A blooming cactus with Yucca Mountain in the background. By Michael Quine Las Vegas Review-Journal The storage of radio-active material continues to be more of...