GE Hitachi Uranium Processing Plant to Undergo Soil Testing After Months of Public Pressure

The Toronto Star reported that the  provincial environment ministry has announced that they will test soil samples around the GE Hitachi uranium processing plant, located in the west end of Toronto, after months of public pressure to do so.

As quoted in the Toronto Star report:

The soil sampling will be done this summer, says Jordan, but the precise timing hasn’t been determined. The ministry will make the test results public and will “take any appropriate steps when the results of the testing are available,” says Jordan.

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