Key Lake uranium recycle project
- September 18, 2003 – EA guidelines
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has received notice from Cameco Corporation of its intent to apply for an amendment to its licence to permit a project to recycle uranium product at its Key Lake uranium mine facility. The facility is located in northern Saskatchewan, about 600 km north of Saskatoon. The purpose of the project is to recover uranium from recyclable products from Cameco's refining and conversion operations in Ontario.
The CNSC authorization of the project would be provided through an amendment to the uranium mill operating licence (UMLOL) for the Key Lake facility, pursuant to subsection 24(2) of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act (NSCA).
Before CNSC makes its decision on Cameco's application, an EA must be completed in compliance with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.
- Preparation of draft screening report
- Public consultation on draft screening report
- EA decision by Commission
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