Waste

Indiana environmental services exec sentenced for mishandling hazardous wastes

A federal judge has placed the ex-president of a Fort Wayne environmental services company – described in her lawyer’s sentencing memorandum as “kind, generous, hard-working and honest” and a “huge source of inspiration” for her children and grandchildren” – on probation for two years for illegally storing hazardous wastes and falsifying a document.

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NWMO preliminary safety reports suggest both remaining sites suitable for DGR

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has now published its Confidence in Safety reports for each of the two potential sites being considered to host a deep geological repository to store Canada’s used nuclear fuel. In a media release, the not-for-profit organization responsible for finding a suitable location to construct and operate a deep geological […]

South Bruce, NWMO take step toward potential nuclear waste storage agreement

After a decade-long courting and get-to-know-you period, South Bruce and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization are starting to talk seriously about the potential of the area housing Canada’s nuclear waste deep underground. South Bruce councillors voted Tuesday to sign a non-binding memorandum of understanding with the NWMO that details how the group responsible for creating […]

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