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Metallographic Services Laboratory

CNL’s Metallographic Services Laboratory (MSL), located at its Chalk River Laboratories (CRL), samples reactor components for microstructure examination. Samples are prepared, and the microstructure of the material is examined, using…

Mechanical Testing Laboratories

CNL’s Mechanical Testing Laboratories (MTL) are located in three separate areas at the Chalk River Laboratories (CRL). MTL machines measure the engineering properties of metals including fracture toughness, tensile strength,…

Laser Welding Facility

Located at the Chalk River Laboratories, CNL’s Laser Welding Facility (LWF) is used for precision welding and cutting, gamma spectrometric scanning of low activity samples, and the maintenance and testing…

Site Licences, Certifications and Programs

CNSC Issued Licences Chalk River Laboratories Operating Licence – NRTEOL-01.00/2028 Read report Port Granby Long-Term Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Project – WNSL-W1-2311.02/2021 Read report Port Hope, Radioactive Waste Management Facility…

In-situ Decommissioning

…this period. Several sites in the United States have used this approach: Savannah River National Laboratory – Savannah River Site R and P Reactors U.S. Department of Energy – In-Situ…

Distinguished Merit Award: Target Residue Material Repatriation Team

…the course of the project, over 28,000 litres of Highly-Enriched Uranyl Nitrate Liquid (HEUNL) was retrieved from the Fissile Solution Storage Tank (FISST), packaged and transported to the Savannah River

CNL ‘crowdfunding’ in support of community causes

…du Bonnet & District Arena Seven Sisters Falls Community Club Dumoine River Canoe Route and Tote Road Trail CNL Ski Day / Mount Martin Ski Club Mackenzie Community School North…

Canadian National Energy Alliance Awards Annual Funding Grant To North Forge East Technology Exchange

…Award from Community Futures Winnipeg River. “On behalf of Pinawa and the surrounding communities in Eastern Manitoba, I’d like to extend my sincere thanks to CNEA for its continued support…