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Bruce A update

On Jan. 19, there was a spill of heavy water onto the floor of Unit 1 at Bruce A. Crews were completing maintenance on a moderator tank and a valve did not fully close as expected, resulting in the spill … Read more

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Unit 3 Approved for Restart – CNSC Update

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has granted approval to Bruce Power for the restart of Unit 3 which is currently offline for planned maintenance and inspection activities. On Sept. 23, the Commission announced that it had confirmed or amended … Read more

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Bruce Power Inspection Update

Earlier today, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced that it had confirmed or amended orders issued to Bruce Power and Ontario Power Generation (OPG) related to pressure tube fitness for service following a public hearing held on Sept. 10. … Read more

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Bruce Power inspection update

Bruce Power will be presenting at a hearing before the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) today outlining how the company will maintain its unwavering commitment to safety and pressure tube integrity. Today’s presentation by Bruce Power can be found here. … Read more

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Bruce Power inspection update

On Sept. 3, Bruce Power appeared before the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to provide an update on its pressure tube fitness for service. Please find a link to the CNSC website and posted documents including Bruce Power’s presentation. As … Read more

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Bruce Power inspection update

At Bruce Power our Safety First value drives every decision we make and every activity we do. As part of our ongoing planned inspection, testing, analysis and maintenance activities, we recently observed some higher-than-anticipated readings in one of the ways … Read more

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Bruce B Update

Bruce B Update: Updated – March 30, 2020 On March 28, staff at Bruce B responded to a release of approximately 20 litres of heavy water in Unit 6 which has been shut down since Jan. 17 for Major Component … Read more

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Bruce A Update

On January 30, Bruce A staff discovered a small amount of heavy water on the floor of Unit 2. Station staff followed procedures to allow for safe clean-up, including assembling of Bruce A employees away from the affected area. Unit … Read more

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Bruce A update

On May 6, Bruce A staff discovered a small amount of water from the heat transport system (approximately 200 millilitres, which is less than a pop can) on the floor of Unit 3. Tritium was detected in the area and … Read more

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Bruce B update

Bruce Power continues to monitor the release of mineral oil, which occurred Thursday night when a transformer failed outside Unit 8. The unit was offline for planned maintenance. A mineral oil sheen was observed late this morning in the station’s … Read more

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