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Department of Energy.


Notice of revision of listing of covered facilities.


On January 17, 2001, and again on June 11, 2001, the Department of Energy (“Department” or “DOE”) published a list of facilities covered under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), title 36 of Public Law 106-398. (66 FR 4003; 66 FR 31218). The Act establishes a program to provide compensation to individuals who developed illnesses as a result of their employment in nuclear weapons production-related activities and at certain federally-owned facilities in which radioactive materials were used. This notice revises the previous lists and provides additional information about the covered facilities, atomic weapons employers, and beryllium vendors. The original notice provides detailed background information about this matter.

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Office of Worker Advocacy, 1-877-447-9756.

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The Department welcomes comments on this list. Individuals who wish to suggest additional facilities for inclusion on the list or indicate why one or more facilities should be removed from the list should provide information to the Department. Comments should be addressed to: Office of Worker Advocacy (EH-8), U.S. Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20585. Email: Tollfree: 1-877-447-9756.


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The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), title 36 of Public Law 106-398, establishes a program to provide compensation to individuals who developed illnesses as a result of their employment in nuclear weapons production-related activities and at certain federally-owned facilities in which radioactive materials were used. On December 7, 2000, the President issued Executive Order 13179 (“Order”) directing the Department of Energy (“Department” or “DOE”) to list covered facilities in the Federal Register, which the Department did on January 17, 2001, and again on June 11, 2001. This notice revises the previous lists and provides additional information about the covered facilities, atomic weapons employers, and beryllium vendors.

Section 2. c. iv of the Order instructs the Department to designate, pursuant to sections 3621(4)(B) and 3622 of the Act, atomic weapons employers and additions to the list of designated beryllium vendors. In addition, section 2. c. vii of the Order instructs the Department to list three types of facilities defined in the Act:

(1) Atomic weapons employer facilities, as defined in section 3621(4);

(2) Department of Energy facilities, as defined by section 3621(12); and

(3) Beryllium vendors, as defined by section 3621(6).

Compensation options and mechanisms are defined differently for each of these facility categories. The atomic weapons employer category includes atomic weapons employer facilities in which the primary work was not related to atomic weapons, and consequently these facilities are not commonly known as atomic weapons facilities. Their inclusion in this list is consistent with the Act, and is not intended as a classification for any other purpose.

The list at the end of this notice represents the Departments best efforts to date to compile a list of facilities under these three categories. This listing includes 350 facilities in 42 jurisdictions. It designates 29 additional beryllium vendor facilities, two additional Atomic Weapons Employer facilities and clarifies the status as Department of Energy facility for 13 facilities. The designation of the 29 additional beryllium vendor facilities represents the Departments best efforts to meet its statutory deadline in Pub. L. 106-398 § 3622 which sets a December 31, 2002, deadline for designating additional beryllium vendors.

To assist the public in understanding changes made in this list, the Department has prepared a description of these changes and made it available at the website noted. A copy may also be obtained by request to the Office of Worker Advocacy. The Department is continuing its research efforts, and Start Printed Page 79069continued revisions to this list should be expected. The public is invited to comment on the list and to provide additional information.

In addition to continuing its research efforts, the Department has developed information dissemination mechanisms to make facility-specific data available to the public. Information about each listed facility, including the dates and type of work done there, is available by contacting the Office of Worker Advocacy. These descriptions are available in print form and also electronically (via the World Wide Web at​advocacy/​).

The list that follows covers facilities under the three categories of employers defined by the Act: atomic weapons employers (“AWE”), Department of Energy facilities (“DOE”), and beryllium vendors (“BE”). Each of the categories has been defined in the original notice and include:

1. Atomic Weapons Employers and Atomic Weapons Employer Facilities

The lines between research, atomic weapons production, and non-weapons production are often difficult to draw. For the purposes of this notice, and as directed by the Act, only those facilities whose work involved radioactive material that was connected to the atomic weapons production chain are included. This includes facilities that received radioactive material that had been used in the production of an atomic weapon, or the back end of the production cycle, such as waste handling or reprocessing operations. For the purposes of this listing, the Department considers commercial nuclear fuel fabrication facilities to be covered facilities for those periods when they either supplied radioactive materials to the Department or received radioactive materials that had been used in the Departments production reactors.

Corporate information regarding many of the listed facilities is often not readily available. The Department welcomes comments or additional information regarding facilities that may have supported atomic weapons production that are not on this list, as well as information that clarifies the work done at facilities named below.

2. Department of Energy Facilities

The listing of Department of Energy facilities is only intended for the context of implementing this Act and does not create or imply any new Departmental obligations or ownership at any of the facilities named on this list.

3. Beryllium Vendors and Beryllium Vendor Facilities

Section 3621(6) of the Act defines beryllium vendor as the following:

“(A) Atomics International.

(B) Brush Wellman, Incorporated, and its predecessor, Brush Beryllium Company.

(C) General Atomics.

(D) General Electric Company.

(E) NGK Metals Corporation and its predecessors, Kawecki-Berylco, Cabot Corporation, BerylCo, and Beryllium Corporation of America.

(F) Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation.

(G) StarMet Corporation, and its predecessor, Nuclear Metals, Incorporated.

(H) Wyman Gordan, Incorporated.

(I) Any other vendor, processor, or producer of beryllium or related products designated as a beryllium vendor for purposes of this title under Section 3622.”

The list identifies facilities that processed, produced, or provided beryllium metal for the Department, as defined by the Act.

Jurisdiction and facility nameLocationFacility typeState
AL—Southern Research InstituteBirminghamAWEAlabama.
AL—Speedring, IncCulmanBEAlabama.
AL—Tennessee Valley AuthorityMuscle ShoalsAWEAlabama.
AK—Amchitka Nuclear Explosion SiteAmchitka IslandDOEAlaska.
AK—Project Chariot Site CapeCape ThompsonDOEAlaska.
CA—Arthur D. Little CoSan FranciscoAWECalifornia.
CA—Atomics InternationalLos Angeles CountyBE DOECalifornia.
CA—California Research CorpRichmondAWECalifornia.
CA—Ceradyne, IncCosta MesaBECalifornia.
CA—Ceradyne, IncSanta AnaBECalifornia.
CA—City Tool & Die MFGSanta ClaraBECalifornia.
CA—C.L. Hann IndustriesSan JoseBECalifornia.
CA—Dow Chemical CoWalnut CreekAWECalifornia.
CA—EDM ExoticsHaywardBECalifornia.
CA—Electro Circuits, IncPasadenaAWECalifornia.
CA—Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC)Santa Susana, Area IVDOECalifornia.
CA—General AtomicsLa JollaAWE BE DOECalifornia.
CA—General Electric VallecitosPleasantonAWE DOECalifornia.
CA—Hafer ToolOaklandBECalifornia.
CA—Hexcel ProductsBerkeleyBECalifornia.
CA—Hunter Douglas Aluminum CorpRiversideAWECalifornia.
CA—Jerry Carroll MachiningSan CarlosBECalifornia.
CA—Lab. for Biomedical & Environmental SciencesLos AngelesDOECalifornia.
CA—Lab. for Energy-Related Health ResearchDavisDOECalifornia.
CA—Lab. of Radiobiology and Environmental HealthSan FranciscoDOECalifornia.
CA—Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryBerkeleyDOECalifornia.
CA—Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryLivermoreDOECalifornia.
CA—Philco-FordNewport BeachBECalifornia.
CA—Pleasanton Tool & ManufacturingPleasantonBECalifornia.
CA—Poltech PrecisionFremontBECalifornia.
CA—Robin MaterialsMountain ViewBECalifornia.
CA—Ron Witherspoon, IncCampbellBECalifornia.
CA—Sandia Laboratory, Salton Sea BaseImperial CountyDOECalifornia.
CA—Sandia National Laboratories LivermoreLivermoreDOECalifornia.
CA—Stanford Linear AcceleratorPalo AltoDOECalifornia.
CA—Stauffer Metals, IncRichmondAWECalifornia.
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CA—TapemationScotts ValleyBECalifornia.
CA—University of CaliforniaBerkeleyAWE DOECalifornia.
CO—Coors PorcelainGoldenBEColorado.
CO—Grand Junction Operations OfficeGrand JunctionDOEColorado.
CO—Project Rio Blanco Nuclear Explosion SiteRifleDOEColorado.
CO—Project Rulison Nuclear Explosion SiteGrand ValleyDOEColorado.
CO—Rocky Flats PlantGoldenDOEColorado.
CO—Shattuck ChemicalDenverAWEColorado.
CO—University of Denver Research InstituteDenverAWE BEColorado.
CT—American Chain and Cable CoBridgeportAWEConnecticut.
CT—Anaconda CoWaterburyAWEConnecticut.
CT—Bridgeport Brass Co., Havens LaboratoryBridgeportAWEConnecticut.
CT—Combustion EngineeringWindsorAWE DOEConnecticut.
CT—Connecticut Aircraft Nuclear Engine LaboratoryMiddletownBE DOEConnecticut.
CT—Dorr CorpStamfordAWEConnecticut.
CT—Fenn MachineryHartfordAWEConnecticut.
CT—Machlett LaboratoriesSpringdaleBEConnecticut.
CT—New England Lime CoCanaanAWEConnecticut.
CT—Seymour Specialty WireSeymourAWE DOEConnecticut.
CT—Sperry Products, IncDanburyAWEConnecticut.
CT—Torrington CoTorringtonAWEConnecticut.
DE—Allied Chemical and Dye CorpNorth ClaymontAWEDelaware.
DC—National Bureau of StandardsWashingtonAWEDistrict of Columbia.
DC—Naval Research LaboratoryWashingtonAWE DOEDistrict of Columbia.
FL—American Beryllium CoSarasotaBEFlorida.
FL— Armour Fertilizer WorksBartowAWEFlorida.
FL— Gardinier, IncTampaAWEFlorida.
FL— International Minerals and Chemical CorpMulberryAWEFlorida.
FL— Pinellas PlantClearwaterDOEFlorida.
FL— University of FloridaGainesvilleAWEFlorida.
FL— Virginia-Carolina Chemical CorpNicholsAWEFlorida.
FL—W.R. Grace Co., Agricultural Chemical Div.RidgewoodAWEFlorida.
HI—Kauai Test FacilityKauaiDOEHawaii.
ID—Argonne National Laboratory—WestScovilleDOEIdaho.
ID—Idaho National Engineering LaboratoryScovilleDOEIdaho.
ID—Northwest Machining & ManufacturingMeridianBEIdaho.
IL—Allied Chemical Corp PlantMetropolisAWEIllinois.
IL—American Machine and Metals, IncE. MolineAWEIllinois.
IL—Argonne National Laboratory—EastArgonneDOEIllinois.
IL—Armour Research FoundationChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Blockson Chemical CoJolietAWEIllinois.
IL—C-B Tool Products CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Crane CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—ERA Tool and Engineering CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Fansteel Metallurgical CorpNorth ChicagoBEIllinois.
IL—Fermi National Accelerator LaboratoryBataviaDOEIllinois.
IL—Granite City SteelGranite CityAWE DOEIllinois.
IL—Great Lakes Carbon CorpChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—GSA 39th Street WarehouseChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—International RegisterChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Kaiser Aluminum CorpDaltonAWEIllinois.
IL—Lindsay Light and Chemical CoW. ChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Madison Site (Spectrulite)MadisonAWE DOEIllinois.
IL—Metallurgical LaboratoryChicagoAWE BE DOEIllinois.
IL—Midwest Manufacturing CoGalesburgAWEIllinois.
IL—Museum of Science and IndustryChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—National Guard ArmoryChicagoAWE DOEIllinois.
IL—Podbeliniac CorpChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Precision Extrusion CoBensenvilleAWEIllinois.
IL—Quality Hardware and Machine CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—R. Krasburg and Sons Manufacturing CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Sciaky Brothers, IncChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—Swenson Evaporator CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IL—W.E. Pratt Manufacturing CoJolietAWEIllinois.
IL—Wyckoff Drawn Steel CoChicagoAWEIllinois.
IN—American Bearing CorpIndianapolisAWEIndiana.
IN—Dana Heavy Water PlantDanaDOEIndiana.
IN—General Electric PlantShelbyvilleAWEIndiana.
IN—Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply CoFt. WayneAWEIndiana.
IN—Purdue UniversityLafayetteAWEIndiana.
IA—Ames LaboratoryAmesDOEIowa.
IA—Bendix Aviation (Pioneer Division)DavenportAWEIowa.
IA—Iowa Ordnance PlantBurlingtonDOEIowa.
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IA—Titus MetalsWaterlooAWEIowa.
KS—Spencer Chemical Co., Jayhawk WorksPittburgAWEKansas.
KY—Paducah Gaseous DiffusionPaducahDOEKentucky.
LA—Ethyl CorpBaton RougeBELouisiana.
MD—Armco-Rustless Iron & SteelBaltimoreAWEMaryland.
MD—W.R. Grace and CompanyCurtis BayAWE DOEMaryland.
MA—American Potash & ChemicalWest HanoverAWEMassachusetts.
MA—C.G. Sargent & SonsGranitevilleAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Chapman ValveIndian OrchardAWE DOEMassachusetts.
MA—Edgerton Germeshausen & Grier, IncBostonAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Fenwal, IncAshlandAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Franklin InstituteBostonBEMassachusetts.
MA—Heald Machine CoWorcesterAWEMassachusetts.
MA—La Pointe Machine and Tool CoHudsonAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridgeAWE BEMassachusetts.
MA—Metals and Controls CorpAttleboroAWEMassachusetts.
MA—National Research CorpCambridgeAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Norton CoWorcesterAWE BEMassachusetts.
MA—Nuclear Metals, IncConcordAWE BEMassachusetts.
MA—Reed Rolled Thread CoWorcesterAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Shpack LandfillNortonAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Ventron CorporationBeverlyAWE DOEMassachusetts.
MA—Watertown ArsenalWatertownAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Winchester Engineering & Analytical CenterWinchesterDOEMassachusetts.
MA—Woburn LandfillWoburnAWEMassachusetts.
MA—Wyman Gordon IncGrayton, North GraftonBEMassachusetts.
MI—AC Spark PlugFlintAWE BEMichigan.
MI—Baker-Perkins CoSaginawAWEMichigan.
MI—Bridgeport Brass CoAdrianAWE DOEMichigan.
MI—Brush Beryllium CoDetroitAWEMichigan.
MI—Carboloy CoDetroitAWEMichigan.
MI—Extruded Metals CoGrand RapidsAWEMichigan.
MI—Gerity-Michigan CorpAdrianBEMichigan.
MI—Mitts & Merrel CoSaginawAWEMichigan.
MI—Oliver CorpBattle CreekAWEMichigan.
MI—Revere Copper and BrassDetroitAWE BEMichigan.
MI—Speedring Systems, IncDetroitBEMichigan.
MI—Star Cutter CorpFarmingtonAWEMichigan.
MI—University of MichiganAnn ArborAWEMichigan.
MI—Wolverine Tube DivisionDetroitAWE BEMichigan.
MN—Elk River ReactorElk RiverDOEMinnesota.
MS—Salmon Nuclear Explosion SiteHattiesburgDOEMississippi.
MO—Kansas City PlantKansas CityDOEMissouri.
MO—Latty Avenue PropertiesHazelwoodAWE DOEMissouri.
MO—Mallinckrodt Chemical Co., Destrehan St. PlantSt. LouisDOEMissouri.
MO—Medart CoSt. LouisAWEMissouri.
MO—Roger Iron CoJoplinAWEMissouri.
MO—Spencer Chemical CoKansas CityAWEMissouri.
MO—St. Louis Airport Storage Site (SLAPS)St. LouisAWE DOEMissouri.
MO—Tyson Valley Powder FarmSt. LouisAWEMissouri.
MO—United Nuclear CorpHematiteAWEMissouri.
MO—Weldon Spring PlantWeldon SpringDOEMissouri.
NE—Hallam Sodium Graphite ReactorHallamDOENebraska
NV—Nevada Test SiteMercuryDOENevada.
NV—Project Faultless Nuclear Explosion SiteCentral Nevada Test SiteDOENevada.
NV—Project Shoal Nuclear Explosion SiteFallonDOENevada.
NV—Yucca Mountain Site Characterization ProjectYucca MountainDOENevada.
NJ—Alumium Co. of America (Alcoa)GarwoodAWENew Jersey.
NJ—American Peddinghaus CorpGarwoodAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Baker and Williams CoNewarkAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Bell Telephone LaboratoriesMurray HillAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Bloomfield Tool CoBloomfieldAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Bowen LaboratoryNorth BranchAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Callite Tungsten CoUnion CityAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Chemical Construction CoLindenAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Du Pont Deepwater WorksDeepwaterAWE DOENew Jersey.
NJ—International Nickel Co., Bayonne LaboratoriesBayonneAWENew Jersey.
NJ—J.T. Baker Chemical CoPhilipsburgAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Kellex/PierpontJersey CityAWE DOENew Jersey.
NJ—Maywood Chemical WorksMaywoodAWE DOENew Jersey.
NJ—Middlesex Municipal LandfillMiddlesexAWE DOENew Jersey.
NJ—Middlesex Sampling PlantMiddlesexDOENew Jersey.
NJ—National BerylliaHaskellBENew Jersey.
NJ—New Brunswick LaboratoryNew BrunswickDOENew Jersey.
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NJ—Picatinny ArsenalDoverAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Princeton Plasma Physics LaboratoryPrincetonDOENew Jersey.
NJ—Rare Earths/W.R. GraceWayneAWE DOENew Jersey.
NJ—Standard Oil Development Co of NJLindenAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Stevens Institute of TechnologyHobokenBENew Jersey.
NJ—Tube Reducing CoWallingtonAWENew Jersey.
NJ—U.S. Pipe and FoundryBurlingtonBENew Jersey.
NJ—United Lead CoMiddlesexAWE BENew Jersey.
NJ—Vitro Corp of America (New Jersey)West OrangeAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Westinghouse Electric Corp (New Jersey)BloomfieldAWENew Jersey.
NJ—Wykoff Steel CoNewarkAWENew Jersey.
NM—Accurate Machine & ToolAlbuquerqueBENew Mexico.
NM—Albuquerque Operations OfficeAlbuquerqueDOENew Mexico.
NM—Chupadera MesaChupadera MesaDOENew Mexico.
NM—Los Alamos Medical CenterLos AlamosDOENew Mexico.
NM—Los Alamos National LaboratoryLos AlamosDOENew Mexico.
NM—Lovelace Respiratory Research InstituteAlbuquerqueDOENew Mexico.
NM—Project Gasbuggy Nuclear Explosion SiteFarmingtonDOENew Mexico.
NM—Project Gnome Nuclear Explosion SiteCarlsbadDOENew Mexico.
NM—Sandia National LaboratoriesAlbuquerqueDOENew Mexico.
NM—South Albuquerque WorksAlbuquerqueDOENew Mexico.
NM—Trinity Nuclear Explosion SiteWhite Sands Missile RangeDOENew Mexico.
NM—Waste Isolation Pilot PlantCarlsbadDOENew Mexico.
NY—Allegheny-Ludlum SteelWatervlietAWENew York.
NY—American Machine and FoundryBrooklynAWENew York.
NY—Ashland OilTonawandaAWE DOENew York.
NY—Baker and Williams WarehousesNew YorkAWE DOENew York.
NY—Bethlehem SteelLackawannaAWENew York.
NY—Bliss & Laughlin SteelBuffaloAWE DOENew York.
NY—Brookhaven National LaboratoryUptonDOENew York.
NY—Burns & Roe, IncMaspethBENew York.
NY—Carborundum CompanyNiagara FallsAWENew York.
NY—Colonie Site (National Lead)Colonie (Albany)AWE DOENew York.
NY—Crucible Steel CoSyracuseAWENew York.
NY—Electro MetallurgicalNiagara FallsAWENew York.
NY—Environmental Measurements LaboratoryNew YorkDOENew York.
NY—Fairchild Hiller CorporationFarmingdaleBENew York.
NY—General AstrometalsYonkersBENew York.
NY—Hooker ElectrochemicalNiagara FallsAWENew York.
NY— International Rare Metals Refinery, IncMt. KiscoAWENew York.
NY—Ithaca Gun CoIthacaAWENew York.
NY—Lake Ontario Ordnance WorksNiagara FallsDOENew York.
NY—Ledoux and CoNew YorkAWENew York.
NY— Linde Air ProductsBuffaloAWENew York.
NY—Linde Ceramics PlantTonawandaAWE DOENew York.
NY—New York UniversityNew YorkAWENew York.
NY—Peek Street Facility 1SchenectadyDOENew York.
NY—Radium Chemical CoNew YorkAWE BENew York.
NY—Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroyBENew York.
NY—Sacandaga Facility 1GlenvilleDOENew York.
NY—SAM Laboratories, Columbia UniveristyNew YorkDOENew York.
NY—Seaway Industrial ParkTonawandaAWE DOENew York.
NY—Seneca Army DepotRomulusAWENew York.
NY—Separations Process Research Unit (at Knolls Lab.) 1SchenectadyDOENew York.
NY—Simonds Saw and Steel CoLockportAWENew York.
NY—Staten Island WarehouseNew YorkAWENew York.
NY—Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp.—Bayside LabBaysideAWE BENew York.
NY—Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp.— Hicksville PlantHicksvilleAWE DOENew York.
NY—Titanium Alloys ManufacturingNiagara FallsAWENew York.
NY—Trudeau FoundationSaranac LakeBENew York.
NY—University of Rochester Atomic Energy ProjectRochesterDOENew York.
NY—Utica St. WarehouseBuffaloAWENew York.
NY—West Valley Demonstration ProjectWest ValleyAWE DOENew York.
NY—Wolff-Alport Chemical CorpBrooklynAWENew York.
NC—Beryllium Metals and Chemical CorpBessemer CityBENorth Carolina.
NC—University of North CarolinaChapel HillBENorth Carolina.
OH—Ajax Magnethermic CorpYoungstownAWEOhio.
OH—Alba CraftOxfordAWE DOEOhio.
OH—Associated Aircraft Tool and Manufacturing CoFairfieldAWE DOEOhio.
OH—B & T MetalsColumbusAWE DOEOhio.
OH—Baker BrothersToledoAWE DOEOhio.
OH—Battelle Laboratories—King AvenueColumbusAWE BE DOEOhio.
OH—Battelle Laboratories—West JeffersonColumbusAWE DOEOhio.
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OH—Beryllium Production Plant (Brush Luckey Plant)LuckeyBE DOEOhio.
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Cleveland)ClevelandAWE BEOhio.
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Elmore)ElmoreBEOhio.
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Lorain)LorainBEOhio.
OH—Cincinnati Milling Machine CoCincinnatiAWEOhio.
OH—Clifton Products CoPainesvilleBEOhio.
OH—Copperweld SteelWarrenAWEOhio.
OH—Du Pont-Grasselli Research LaboratoryClevelandAWEOhio.
OH—Extrusion Plant (Reactive Metals Inc.)AshtabulaDOEOhio.
OH—Feed Materials Production Center (FMPC)FernaldDOEOhio.
OH—General Electric Company (Ohio)Cincinnati/EvendaleAWE BE DOEOhio.
OH—Gruen WatchNorwoodAWEOhio.
OH—Harshaw Chemical CoClevelandAWEOhio.
OH—Herring-Hall Marvin Safe CoHamiltonAWE DOEOhio.
OH—Horizons, IncClevelandAWEOhio.
OH—Kettering Laboratory, University of CincinnatiCincinnatiBEOhio.
OH—Magnus Brass CoCincinnatiAWEOhio.
OH—McKinney Tool and Manufacturing CoClevelandAWEOhio.
OH—Mitchell Steel CoCincinnatiAWEOhio.
OH—Monsanto Chemical CoDaytonAWEOhio.
OH—Mound PlantMiamisburgDOEOhio.
OH—Painesville Site (Diamond Magnesium Co.)PainesvilleAWE DOEOhio.
OH—Piqua Organic Moderated ReactorPiquaDOEOhio.
OH—Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion PlantPiketonDOEOhio.
OH—R. W. Leblond Machine Tool CoCincinnatiAWEOhio.
OH—Tech-Art, IncMilfordAWEOhio.
OH—Tocco Induction Heating DivClevelandAWEOhio.
OH—Vulcan Tool CoDaytonAWEOhio.
OK—Eagle PicherQuapawBEOklahoma.
OR—Albany Research CenterAlbanyAWE DOEOregon.
OR—Wah ChangAlbanyAWEOregon.
PA—Aeroprojects, IncWest ChesterAWE BEPennsylvania.
PA—Aliquippa ForgeAliquippaAWE DOEPennsylvania.
PA—Aluminum Co of America (Alcoa) (Pennsylvania)New KensingtonAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Beryllium Corp. of America (Hazleton)HazletonBEPennsylvania.
PA—Beryllium Corp. of America (Reading)ReadingBEPennsylvania.
PA—Birdsboro Steel & FoundryBirdsboroAWEPennsylvania.
PA—C.H. SchnoorSpringdaleAWE DOEPennsylvania.
PA—Carnegie Institute of TechnologyPittsburghAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Carpenter Steel Co.ReadingAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Chambersburg Engineering CoChambersburgAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Foote Mineral CoEast Whiteland TwpAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Frankford ArsenalPhiladelphiaAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Heppenstall CoPittsburghAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Jessop Steel CoWashingtonAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Koppers Co., IncVeronaAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Landis Machine Tool CoWaynesboroAWEPennsylvania.
PA—McDanel Refractory CoBeaver FallsBEPennsylvania.
PA—Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp (NUMEC)ApolloAWE BEPennsylvania.
PA—Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp (NUMEC)Parks TownshipAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Penn Salt CoPhiladelphia/WyndmoorAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Philadelphia Naval YardPhiladelphiaAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Shippingport Atomic Power Plant 1ShippingportDOEPennsylvania.
PA—Superior Steel CoCarnegieAWEPennsylvania.
PA—U.S. Steel Co., National Tube DivisionMcKeesportAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Vitro Manufacturing (Canonsburg)CanonsburgAWE BEPennsylvania.
PA—Westinghouse Atomic Power Dev. PlantEast PittsburghAWEPennsylvania.
PA—Westinghouse Nuclear Fuels DivisionCheswickAWEPennsylvania.
PR—BONUS Reactor PlantPunta HigueraDOEPuerto Rico.
PR—Puerto Rico Nuclear CenterMayaguezDOEPuerto Rico.
RI—C.I. Hayes, IncCranstonAWERhode Island.
SC—Savannah River SiteAikenDOESouth Carolina.
TN—Clarksville FacilityClarksvilleDOETennessee.
TN—Manufacturing Sciences CorpOak RidgeBETennessee.
TN—Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant (K-25)Oak RidgeDOETennessee.
TN—Oak Ridge HospitalOak RidgeDOETennessee.
TN—Oak Ridge Institute for Science EducationOak RidgeDOETennessee.
TN—Oak Ridge National Laboratory (X-10)Oak RidgeDOETennessee.
TN—S-50 Oak Ridge Thermal Diffusion PlantOak RidgeDOETennessee.
TN—Vitro Corporation of America (Tennessee)Oak RidgeAWE BETennessee.
TN—W.R. Grace (Tennessee)ErwinAWETennessee.
TN—Y-12 PlantOak RidgeDOETennessee.
TX—AMCOTFt. WorthAWETexas.
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TX—Mathieson Chemical CoPasadenaAWETexas.
TX—Medina FacilitySan AntonioDOETexas.
TX—Pantex PlantAmarilloDOETexas.
TX—Sutton, Steele and Steele CoDallasAWETexas.
TX—Texas City Chemicals, IncTexas CityAWETexas.
VA—BWXTLynchburgAWE BEVirgina.
VA—Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator FacilityNewport NewsDOEVirgina.
VA—University of VirginiaCharlottesvilleAWEVirgina.
WA—Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryRichlandDOEWashington.
WV—Huntington Pilot PlantHuntingtonDOEWest Virginia.
WI—Allis-Chalmers CoWest Allis, MilwaukeeAWEWisconsin.
WI—A.O. SmithMilwaukeeBEWisconsin.
WI—Besley-WellsSouth BeloitAWEWisconsin.
WI—LaCrosse Boiling Water ReactorLaCrosseDOEWisconsin.
WI—Ladish CoCudahyBEWisconsin.
MR—Pacific Proving Ground 2Marshall IslandsDOEMarshall Islands.
1 Consistent with the Act, coverage is limited to activities not performed under the responsibility of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program.
2 Pacific Proving Ground includes Bikini Atoll, Enewetak Atoll, Johnston (U.S. nuclear weapons testing activities only), and Christmas Island (U.S. nuclear weapons testing activities only).
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Issued in Washington, DC, December 20, 2002.

Beverly A. Cook,

Assistant Secretary, Office of Environment, Safety and Health.

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[FR Doc. 02-32690 Filed 12-26-02; 8:45 am]