Nordion (Canada) Inc.

Nordion (Canada) Inc. is a health science company that owns and is licensed to operate this nuclear substance processing facility, located in Ottawa, Ontario. The facility comprises two major production operations. One operation involves processing unsealed radioisotopes used in nuclear medicine (medical isotopes). The other operation involves manufacturing sealed radiation sources used in cancer therapy and irradiation technologies (gamma technologies).

Nordion Class IB facility and campus

Photo credit: Nordion / Canadian Aerial Photo Corporation – reuse or reproduction of this image requires written authorization from Nordion.

Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Licensee: Nordion (Canada) Inc.
Owner: Nordion (Canada) Inc.
Status: Operating
Licence issued: November 1, 2015
Licence expires: October 31, 2025
Start of operation: 1946
Licensing documentation: Request a copy of Nordion (Canada) Inc.’s licence and licence conditions handbook by emailing cnsc.info.ccsn@canada.ca
Facility website: Nordion (Canada) Inc.

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