Applications now being accepted
Recruitment is now underway to fill openings for the 2016 term of the Port Granby Project Citizen Liaison Group (CLG).
The CLG meets at least four times a year and provides a forum for its volunteer members and PHAI Management Office staff to exchange information and ideas about the cleanup and safe, long-term management of the historic low-level radioactive waste in the Municipality of Clarington.
The group is composed of up to eight members who reflect a cross-section of the community by representing areas such as the environment, business, education, health and community life.
CLG members have the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the project and share their perspectives with the PHAI project team. They participate in project activities such as tours of project sites and join PHAI staff at community events.
“CLG members not only develop a deeper understanding of the Port Granby Project, they also contribute in real and valuable ways,” said Peter MacLeod, the CLG’s independent facilitator. “As the project moves ahead, the work of the CLG will become even more important.”