November 30, 2012 by On-Site staff
The second phase of the Port Hope Project recently began, with the construction of the $22-million Water Treatment Plant construction contract underway. The contract, which includes site clearing and road upgrades, was awarded to Mississauga, Ont.-based Kenaidan Contracting Ltd.
The water treatment plant construction contract is one of several multi-million dollar contracts for the Port Hope Project, created for the cleanup and safe long-term management of approximately 1.4 million cu. m. of historic low-level radioactive waste throughout Port Hope.
A contract launch event was held on Nov. 30 with MP Rick Norlock (Northhumberland – Quinte West) and Port Hope deputy mayor Jeff Gilmer in attendance as guest speakers.
The water treatment plant is expected to take approximately two years to complete.
For more information on the Port Hope Project, visit the Port Hope Area Initiative website.