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Project CLEANS

(Cleanup of Abandoned Northern Sites) 

SRC is managing Project CLEANS — a multi-year, multimillion-dollar project to assess and reclaim Gunnar Uranium Mine and Mill site, Lorado Uranium Mill site and 35 satellite mine sites in northern Saskatchewan. The project is funded by the governments of Saskatchewan and Canada and is led by SRC's Environmental Remediation team.   


Community Meetings Announcement: SRC will be travelling to several communities in December to share updates on Project CLEANS. Please share this information with your friends, family and neighbours.

Dec. 1 - Black Lake | Band Hall | Lunch at 12 pm | Meeting at 12:30 pm
Dec. 1 - Stony Rapids | Community Centre | Supper at 6 pm | Meeting at 6:30 pm
Dec. 2 - Fond du Lac | Band Hall | Lunch at 12 pm | Meeting at 12:30 pm
Dec. 3 - Hatchet Lake | Father Megret School | Lunch at 12 pm | Meeting at 12:30 pm
Dec. 4 - Uranium City | Ben McIntyre School | Lunch at 12 pm | Meeting at 12:30 pm

The Gunnar Tailings Design Report and related appendices, as well as the Gunnar Other Site Aspects Preliminary Design Report, are now available to the public. Click here to download the report and the appendices. If you have any question about the report, please contact Ian Wilson or Mark Calette via email or by calling 1-877-772-7227 ( toll-free). The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will consider SRC’s remediation option plans for the Gunnar tailings deposits at a public hearing on September 30, 2015 in Ottawa.  

Missed our latest round of community meetings? We've got you covered! Read the meeting records from March 2015, June 2015 and July 2015. Watch A Visit to the Gunnar Mine, which was filmed during the June 2015 site tour.

 Project CLEANS YouTube Playlists - Interested in learning more about Project CLEANS? Check out our English video playlist and our Dene video playlist for project updates and insight into the sites we're working on.

Digger cleaning up mine site.

Mine and Mill Sites

Project CLEANS involves remediating 37 abandoned uranium mine and mill sites in northern Saskatchewan, near Lake Athabasca. The Gunnar Mine and Lorado Mill sites are the more complex projects.

Remediation workers in safety vests.



SRC engages with northern communities to facilitate meaningful participation in determining the best options for remediation. Discussions include community meetings and consultations with Aboriginal communities and leadership.


Environment and Safety

Safety is an overriding priority for SRC. We are working in conjunction with regulatory agencies to ensure the safety of workers and the public during the cleanup. SRC is focused on removing safety hazards that pose risks to local residents, the public and the environment.



Browse through additional information about Project CLEANS, community meetings, progress reports, maps and other related materials.​

Interested in bidding on work? Visit SRC's Purchasing and Procurement webpage for more information about our competitive bid opportunities and vendor registration form.