Site Status

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  • Limited to Closed Sites
  • Reporting Organization: Natural Resources Canada
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Sites Found:33

The tables below shows the number of Federal Contaminated Sites which are in one of the following status groups: Suspected, Active, or Closed. Each group has one or more phases with corresponding messages describing the status of sites.

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Closed

Suspected PhaseSites
Historical review not required.2
Historical review completed. No further action required.13
Assessment PhaseSites
Initial testing completed. No further action required.8
Detailed testing completed. No further action required.2
Remediation/Risk Management PhaseSites
Remediation / risk management completed. No further action required.6
Confirmatory sampling completed. No further action required.1
Long-Term Monitoring PhaseSites
Long term monitoring completed. No further action required.1
The following are the definitions for the three site status types for contaminated sites:
Suspected
Further assessment work is required to confirm whether the site is considered a "contaminated site."
Active
Active sites are confirmed contaminated sites where remedial action is or may be required.
Closed
No further action is required.