Radionuclides Pose a Current and Sustained Threat to the Great Lakes’ Environment and its Inhabitants
This report commissioned by CELA and Toxics-Free Great Lakes Binational Network provides an assessment of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) assertion that radionuclides do not meet the requirements to consider radionuclides as a ‘Chemical of Mutual Concern’ under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement citing that they are not a threat to human health and the environment in the Great Lakes.
Prepared by Cindy Folkers
Prepared for Canadian Environmental Law Association and Toxics-Free Great
Lakes Binational Network
CELA Publication No. 1474
To download this report please click the following link: 1474-CMCs_Radiation_and_Health_Comments