SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc.
SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc. (SRBT) owns and operates a gaseous tritium light source manufacturing facility in Pembroke, Ontario.
SRBT uses tritium to produce self-luminous lights, such as emergency exit signs, watch dials, and other safety products not requiring batteries or other external sources of power.
|SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc. (SRBT)
|July 1, 2022
|June 30, 2034
|Start of operation:
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|SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc.
The Commission is an independent administrative tribunal set up at arm's length from government, without ties to the nuclear industry. Use the links below to find documents related to Commission meetings or hearings.
- June 29, 2022: News release - CNSC renews Class IB nuclear substance processing facility operating licence for SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc. for a 12-year period
- Commission hearing on SRBT’s application to renew its Class IB nuclear substance processing facility operating licence for a period of 15 years
- February 11, 2022: Revised Notice of Public Hearing - SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc. - Application to renew its operating licence
- August 30, 2021: Notice of Public Hearing and Participant Funding - SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc. - Application to renew its Class IB nuclear substance processing facility operating licence - Ref. 2022-H-08
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No recent regulatory actions
Licensees must report events and incidents involving licensed activities that could impact the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment to the CNSC. Use the links below to find any information provided by this licensee, if any, as well as other public disclosures made by licensees.
- No disclosures
Protecting Canadians and the environment
The CNSC uses information provided by licensees to create its own reports assessing the environmental effects of nuclear facilities or licensed activities.
- Environmental protection review report summary for SRBT: A summary of CNSC staff’s technical assessment of how effectively licensees are protecting human health and the environment in the communities where they are operating.
- Environmental monitoring: Independent environmental monitoring results collected by the CNSC
- SRBT’s environmental monitoring results
- SRBT’s environmental risk assessment 2021
- Federal, provincial and municipal monitoring programs: List of monitoring programs managed by other levels of government
- Radionuclide releases: Nuclear processing facilities dataset in the Open Government catalogue for information on releases from this facility
Health and safety
The CNSC oversees licensee emergency planning and works with other levels of government to ensure the health and safety of Canadians. We also conduct and review health studies on various areas associated with the production, possession or use of nuclear substances.
- CNSC health studies on Canadian nuclear facilities: Relevant health studies of nuclear reactors regulated by the CNSC
- Tritium Studies Project: Research studies on tritium releases in Canada, and to study and evaluate the practices of Canadian tritium processing facilities with respect to international standards
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