Hornepayne, ON: the location of deep geological repository for Canada's spent nuclear fuel?
Hornepayne, ON: the location of deep geological repository for Canada's spent nuclear fuel? http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/story/2012/10/16/pol-nuclear-waste-site-hornepayne.html
"So what are those benefits? For one, the project will cost anywhere
from $16 billion to $24 billion. It will take 10 years to build the
repository and that will mean 800 construction jobs. There will be
spin-offs from that: cafes, groceries, maybe even a McDonald's, hopes
Forster. "Schools will be built. Houses will be built. Not an
endless supply of things, but everything would be increased," says
Forster. Once the repository is in place, he says, there will be the people who manage and operate the facility: PhDs. Forster could imagine a theatre troupe setting up shop in Hornepayne because of them."
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