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[Following is the text of a DOE Federal Register notice published January 17, 2001, pp. 4003-4009. Note: this list was updated by a Federal Register notice published on June 11, 2001, pp. 31218-24]

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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000; List of Covered Facilities

AGENCY: Department of Energy.

ACTION: Notice of Listing of Covered Facilities

SUMMARY: The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), 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 certain other 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. This notice responds to both the Act and the Order.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Office of Worker Advocacy, 1-877-447-9756.

ADDRESSES: The Department welcomes comments on this list. Individuals who wish to suggest additional facilities for inclusion on the list, indicate why one or more facilities should be removed from the list, or provide other information may contact:

Office of Worker Advocacy (EH-8)
U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20585
email: [email protected]
toll-free: 1-877-447-9756

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Purpose:

The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act of 2000 (“Act”), 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 certain other 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. Section 2. c. vii of the Order instructs the Department to list three types of facilities:

Compensation options and mechanisms are defined differently for each of these facility categories defined within the Act.

The following list represents the Department’s best efforts to date to compile a list of facilities in these three categories. Reconstructing the operational history of the nuclear weapons system over a sixty-year period is a complex and sometimes imprecise undertaking. Some list entries are based on records that contain the names and addresses of companies and facilities at the time work was performed for the Department and its predecessor federal agencies. The list may identify a corporate headquarters facility as a production location, or may contain some inadvertent duplication because of changes in names, ownership, and addresses. Similarly, attempts to minimize duplication may have resulted in the inadvertent omission of subsidiaries and satellite locations that should be included. Accordingly, the Department is continuing its research efforts in order to better understand past production activities, and DOE intends to update this list at least once annually so long as new information becomes available. The public is invited to comment on the list and provide additional information.

In addition to continuing its research efforts, the Department is developing information dissemination mechanisms to make facility-specific data available to the public, including a publicly accessible database of site-related information. This database will help ensure that the Department keeps track of facilities involved in atomic weapons and other work potentially resulting in contamination or exposure. The site database will include, among other information, the type of nuclear weapons-related production work done, the dates such work occurred, and available health and safety data concerning the facility. The listing of facility name and location in this notice represents only a first step in providing information to the public.

The Act does not cover workers involved in uranium mining and milling, or those who worked in support of naval nuclear propulsion programs. Consequently, facilities associated with this type of work are not listed in this notice. Some workers who became ill as a result of their employment at these facilities may be covered by other programs such as the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA), the Federal Exposure Compensation Act (FECA), or other jurisdictions’ worker compensation programs.

Introduction to the Covered Facility List

The list that follows represents the three categories of employers defined by the Act: atomic weapons employers (“AWE”), Department of Energy facilities (“DOE”), and beryllium vendors (“BE”). Some facilities fall into more than one category. For example, if a private contractor facility handled both radioactive materials and beryllium, it will have “AWE” and “BE” in the “facility type” field. For another example, a facility will have both “DOE” and “AWE” codes if ownership changed between the DOE and another entity. The Department intends to provide facility-specific explanations of the applicability of these categories through the database mentioned above.

Each of the categories is defined below:

1. Atomic Weapons Employers

Section 3621 (4) of the Act defines an atomic weapons employer as "an entity that--

Most facilities listed as an AWE conducted nuclear weapons-related work for a limited period of time or in certain select areas of the plant. For example, some sites worked with radioactive materials to evaluate processing machinery that was being considered for use in atomic weapons production. Radioactive materials may not have been used as a routine part of the facility’s operations. The Act covers those workers who became sick as a consequence of their work in support of nuclear weapons production activities, and was not intended to cover all workers at each site named.

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 weapons production chain are included. Available information about many of these firms is incomplete or unclear, and 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

Section 3621 (12) of the Act defines a Department of Energy facility as "any building, structure, or premise, including the grounds upon which such building, structure, or premise is located--

Consistent with this definition, the Department has taken a broad view of where operations have been conducted by DOE or its predecessor agencies. The following list includes any facility handling radioactive materials or beryllium in which the Department had management and operations, management and integration, environmental remediation, or construction and maintenance contracts. This broad definition includes many facilities which are not generally thought of as Departmental facilities, as well as facilities which are not necessarily involved with weapons-related work. For example, some universities and private companies are included because the Department contracted for environmental remediation services at these sites, even though the Department did not own the facility. Also, some DOE-owned laboratories are included because they do work involving radioactive materials, even though that work is not related to nuclear weapons production.

The Act covers production workers at the Gaseous Diffusion Plants at Paducah, KY and Piketon, OH. Production workers at these facilities are covered for work conducted until July 28, 1998, when the facilities were privatized under the control of the United States Enrichment Corporation (USEC, Inc.)

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

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

Beryllium metal has been an important material for atomic weapons production, and it was used at many places throughout the production system. The following list indicates private firms that processed, produced, or provided beryllium metal for the Department, as defined by the Act. This information is drawn from a variety of historical documents, and much data remains incomplete. The Department welcomes comments or additional information about its beryllium vendors.

Covered Facility List


Jurisdiction	Facility Name				Location		Facility Type
AL	Southern Research Institute			Sylacauga		AWE
AL	Speed Ring Experimental & Tool Company		Culman			BE
AL	Tennessee Valley Authority			Muscle Shoals		AWE
AK	Amchitka Island Nuclear Explosion Site		Amchitka Island		DOE
AK	Project Chariot Site				Cape Thompson		DOE
CA	Arthur D. Little Co.				San Francisco		AWE
CA	Atomics International				Canoga Park		BE
CA	Burris Park Field Station			Kingsburg		AWE
CA	Ceradyne, Inc.					Santa Ana		BE
CA	Dow Chemical Co.				Walnut Creek		AWE
CA	Electro Circuits, Inc.				Pasadena		AWE
CA	Energy Technology Engineering Center		Santa Susana		DOE
CA	General Atomics					La Jolla		AWE/BE/DOE
CA	General Electric Vallecitos			Pleasanton		AWE
CA	Hunter Douglas Aluminum Corp.			Riverside		AWE
CA	Laboratory for Energy-Related Health Research	Davis			DOE
CA	Laboratory of Biomedical and Environmental
			Sciences			Los Angeles		DOE
CA	Laboratory of Radiobiology and Environmental
			Health				San Francisco		DOE
CA	Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory		Berkeley		DOE
CA	Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory		Livermore		DOE
CA	Sandia Laboratory, Salton Sea Base		Imperial County		DOE
CA	Sandia National Laboratories--Livermore		Livermore		DOE
CA	Stanford Linear Accelerator Center		Palo Alto		DOE
CA	Stauffer Metals, Inc. 				Richmond 		AWE
CA	University of California			Berkeley		AWE/DOE
CO	Coors Porcelain					Golden			BE
CO	Project Rio Blanco Nuclear Explosion Site	Rifle			DOE
CO	Project Rulison Nuclear Explosion Site		Grand Valley		DOE
CO	Rocky Flats Plant				Golden			DOE
CO	Shattuck Chemical				Denver			AWE
CO	University of Denver Research Institute		Denver			AWE/BE
CT	American Chain and Cable Co.			Bridgeport		AWE
CT	Anaconda Co.					Waterbury		AWE
CT	Bridgeport Brass Co., Havens Lab		Bridgeport		AWE
CT	Combustion Engineering				Windsor			AWE/DOE
CT	Connecticut Aircraft Nuclear
			Engine Lab. (CANEL)		Middletown		BE/DOE
CT	Dorr Corp.					Stamford		AWE
CT	Fenn Machinery Co.				Hartford		AWE
CT	New England Lime Co.				Canaan			AWE
CT	Seymour Specialty Wire				Seymour			AWE/DOE
CT	Sperry Products, Inc.				Danbury			AWE
CT	Torrington Co.					Torrington		AWE
DE	Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.			North Claymont		AWE
DC	National Bureau of Standards, Van Ness Street	Washington		AWE
DC	Naval Research Laboratory			Washington		AWE/DOE
FL	American Beryllium Co.				Sarasota		BE
FL	Armour Fertilizer Works				Bartow			AWE
FL	C.F. Industries, Inc.				Bartow			AWE
FL	Gardinier, Inc.					Tampa			AWE
FL	International Minerals and Chemical Corp.	Mulberry		AWE
FL	Pinellas Plant					Clearwater		DOE
FL	University of Florida				Gainesville		AWE
FL	Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp			Nichols			AWE
FL	W.R. Grace Co., Agricultural Chemical Div.	Ridgewood		AWE
ID	Argonne National Laboratory--West		Scoville		DOE
ID	Idaho National Engineering Laboratory		Scoville		DOE
IL	Allied Chemical Corp.				Metropolis		AWE
IL	American Machine and Metals, Inc.		E. Moline		AWE
IL	Argonne National Laboratory--East		Argonne			DOE
IL	Armour Research Foundation			Chicago			AWE
IL	Blockson Chemical Co				Joliet			AWE
IL	C-B Tool Products Co.				Chicago			AWE
IL	Crane Co.					Chicago			AWE
IL	ERA Tool and Engineering Co.			Chicago			AWE
IL	Fansteel Metallurgical Corp.			North Chicago		BE
IL	Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory		Batavia			DOE
IL	Granite City Steel				Granite City		AWE/DOE
IL	Great Lakes Carbon Corp.			Chicago			AWE
IL	GSA 39th Street Warehouse			Chicago			AWE
IL	International Register				Chicago			AWE
IL	Kaiser Aluminum Corp.				Dalton			AWE
IL	Lindsay Light and Chemical Co.			W. Chicago		AWE
IL	Madison Site (Speculite)			Madison			AWE/DOE
IL	Midwest Manufacturing Co.			Galesbury		AWE
IL	Museum of Science and Industry			Chicago			AWE
IL	National Guard Armory				Chicago			AWE/DOE
IL	Podbeliniac Corp.				Chicago			AWE
IL	Precision Extrusion Co.				Bensenville		AWE
IL	Quality Hardware and Machine Co.		Chicago 		AWE
IL	R. Krasburg and Sons Manufacturing Co.		Chicago			AWE
IL	Sciaky Brothers, Inc.				Chicago			AWE
IL	Swenson Evaporator Co.				Harvey			AWE
IL	University of Chicago				Chicago			AWE/DOE
IL	W.E. Pratt Manufacturing Co.			Joliet			AWE
IL	Wycoff Drawn Steel Co.				Chicago			AWE
IN	American Bearing Corp.				Indianapolis		AWE
IN	Dana Heavy Water Plant				Dana			DOE
IN	General Electric Plant				Shelbyville		AWE
IN	Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co.		Ft. Wayne		AWE
IN	Purdue University Van der Graaf Lab.		Lafayett		AWE
IN	Washrite					Indianapolis		AWE
IA	Ames Laboratory					Ames			DOE
IA	Iowa Ordnance Plant				Burlington		DOE
IA	Titus Metals					Waterloo		AWE
KS	Spencer Chemical Co., Jayhawks Works		Pittsburg		AWE
KY	Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant			Paducah			DOE
MR*	Eniwetok Test Site				Marshall Islands	DOE
MD	Armco-Rustless Iron & Steel			Baltimore		AWE
MD	W.R. Grace and Company				Curtis Bay		AWE/DOE
MA	American Potash & Chemical			West Hanover		AWE
MA	C.G. Sargent & Sons				Graniteville		AWE
MA	Chapman Valve					Indian Orchard		AWE/DOE
MA	Edgerton Germeshausen & Grier, Inc.		Boston			AWE
MA	Fenwal, Inc.					Ashland			AWE
MA	Franklin Institute				Boston			BE
MA	Heald Machine Co.				Worcester		AWE
MA	La Pointe Machine and Tool Co.			Hudson			AWE
MA	Massachusetts Institute of Technology		Cambridge		AWE/BE
MA	Metals and Controls Corp.			Attleboro		AWE
MA	National Research Corp.				Cambridge		AWE
MA	Norton Co.					Worcester		AWE/BE
MA	Nuclear Metals, Inc.				Concord			AWE/BE
MA	Reed Rolled Thread Co.				Worcester		AWE
MA	Shpack Landfill					Norton			AWE/DOE
MA	Ventron Corporation				Beverly			AWE/DOE
MA	Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center	Winchester		DOE
MA	Woburn Landfill					Woburn			AWE
MA	Wyman Gordon Inc. Grayton,			North Grafton		BE
MI	AC Spark Plug					Flint			BE
MI	Baker-Perkins Co.				Saginaw			AWE
MI	Carboloy Co.					Detroit			AWE
MI	Extruded Metals Co.				Grand Rapids		AWE
MI	General Motors					Adrian			AWE/DOE
MI	Gerity-Michigan Corp.				Adrian			BE
MI	Mitts & Merrel Co.				Saginaw			AWE
MI	Oliver Corp.					Battle Creek		AWE
MI	Revere Copper and Brass				Detroit			AWE/BE
MI	Speed Ring Experimental & Tool Company		Detroit			BE
MI	Star Cutter Corp.				Farmington		AWE
MI	University of Michigan				Ann Arbor		AWE
MI	Wolverine Tube Division				Detroit			AWE
MN	Elk River Reactor				Elk River		DOE
MS	Salmon Nuclear Explosion Site			Hattiesburg		DOE
MO	Kansas City Plant				Kansas City		DOE
MO	Latty Avenue Properties				Hazelwood		AWE/DOE
MO	Mallinckrodt Chemical Co.,
			Destrehan St. Plant		St. Louis		AWE/DOE
MO	Medart Co.					St. Louis		AWE
MO	Roger Iron Co.					Joplin			AWE
MO	Spencer Chemical Co.				Kansas City		AWE
MO	St. Louis Airport Site				St. Louis		AWE/DOE
MO	Tyson Valley Powder Farm			St. Louis		AWE
MO	United Nuclear Corp.				Hematite		AWE
MO	Weldon Spring Plant				Weldon Spring		DOE
NE	Hallam Sodium Graphite Reactor			Hallam			DOE
NV	Nevada Test Site				Mercury			DOE
NV	Project Faultless Nuclear Explosion Site	Central Nevada Test SiteDOE
NV	Project Shoal Nuclear Explosion Site		Fallon			DOE
NV	Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project	Yucca Mountain		DOE
NJ	Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa)			Garwood			AWE
NJ	American Peddinghaus Corp.			Moonachle		AWE
NJ	Baker and Williams Co.				Newark			AWE
NJ	Bell Telephone Laboratories			Murray Hill		AWE
NJ	Bloomfield Tool Co.				Bloomfield		AWE
NJ	Bowen Lab.					North Branch		AWE
NJ	Callite Tungsten Co.				Union City		AWE
NJ	Chemical Construction Co.			Linden			AWE
NJ	Du Pont Deepwater Works				Deepwater		AWE/DOE
NJ	International Nickel Co., Bayonne Laboratories	Bayonne			AWE
NJ	J.T. Baker Chemical Co.				Phillipsburg		AWE
NJ	Kellex/Pierpont					Jersey City		AWE/DOE
NJ	Maywood Chemical Works				Maywood			AWE/DOE
NJ	Middlesex Municipal Landfill			Middlesex		AWE/DOE
NJ	Middlesex Sampling Plant			Middlesex		DOE
NJ	National Beryllia				Haskell			BE
NJ	New Brunswick Laboratory			New Brunswick		DOE
NJ	Picatinny Arsenal				Dover			AWE
NJ	Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory		Princeton		DOE
NJ	Rare Earths/ W.R. Grace				Wayne			AWE/DOE
NJ	Standard Oil Development Co. of NJ		Linden			AWE
NJ	Tube Reducing Co.				Wallington		AWE
NJ	U.S. Pipe and Foundry				Burlington		BE
NJ	United Lead Co.					Middlesex		AWE
NJ	Vitro Corp. of America				West Orange		AWE
NJ	Westinghouse Electric Corp.			Bloomfield		AWE
NJ	Wykoff Steel Co.				Newark			AWE
NM	Chupadera Mesa Chupadera			Mesa			DOE
NM	Los Alamos Medical Center			Los Alamos		DOE
NM	Los Alamos National Laboratory			Los Alamos		DOE
NM	Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute		Albuquerque		DOE
NM	Project Gasbuggy Nuclear Explosion Site		Farmington		DOE
NM	Project Gnome Nuclear Explosion Site		Carlsbad		DOE
NM	Sandia National Laboratories			Albuquerque		DOE
NM	South Albuquerque Works				Albuquerque		DOE
NM	Trinity Nuclear Explosion Site			White Sands Missile RangeDOE
NM	Waste Isolation Pilot Plant			Carlsbad		DOE
NY	Allegheny-Ludlum Steel				Watervliet		AWE
NY	American Machine and Foundry			Brooklyn		AWE
NY	Ashland Oil					Tonawanda		AWE/DOE
NY	Baker and Williams Warehouses			New York		AWE/DOE
NY	Bethlehem Steel					Lackawana		AWE
NY	Bliss & Laughlin Steel				Buffalo			AWE/DOE
NY	Brookhaven National Laboratory			Upton			DOE
NY	Burns & Roe, Inc.				Maspeth			BE
NY	Colonie Site (National Lead)			Colonie			AWE/DOE
NY	Columbia University				New York City		AWE/DOE
NY	Electro Metallurgical				Niagara Falls		AWE
NY	General Astrometals				Yonkers			BE
NY	Hooker Electrochemical				Niagara Falls		AWE
NY	International Rare Metals Refinery, Inc.	Mt. Kisko		AWE
NY	Ithaca Gun Co.					Ithaca			AWE
NY	Lake Ontario Ordnance Works			Niagara Falls		DOE
NY	Ledoux and Co.					New York		AWE
NY	Linde Air Products				Buffalo			AWE
NY	Linde Ceramics Plant				Tonawanda		AWE/DOE
NY	New York University				New York		AWE
NY	Peek Street Facility**				Schenectady		DOE
NY	Radium Chemical Co.				New York		AWE
NY	Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute		Troy			AWE
NY	Sacandaga Facility**				Glenville		DOE
NY	Seaway Industrial Park				Tonawanda		AWE/DOE
NY	Seneca Army Depot				Romulus			AWE
NY	Separations Process Research Unit
			(at Knolls Lab.)**		Schenectady		DOE
NY	Simonds Saw and Steel Co.			Lockport		AWE
NY	Staten Island Warehouse				New York		AWE
NY	Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp.			Hicksville		AWE/DOE
NY	Sylvania Products Corp.				Bayside			AWE/BE
NY	Titanium Alloys Manufacturing			Niagara Falls		AWE
NY	Trudeau Foundation				Saranac Lake		BE
NY	University of Rochester Medical Laboratory	Rochester		AWE/DOE
NY	Utica St. Warehouse				Buffalo			AWE
NY	West Valley Demonstration Project		West Valley		DOE
NC	Beryllium Metals and Chemical Corp.		Bessemer City		BE
NC	University of North Carolina			Chapel Hill		BE
OH	Air Force Plant 36				Evandale		AWE
OH	Ajax Magnathermic Corp.				Youngstown		AWE
OH	Alba Craft					Oxford			AWE/DOE
OH	Associated Aircraft Tool and Manufacturing Co.	Fairfield		AWE/DOE
OH	B & T Metals					Columbus		AWE/DOE
OH	Baker Brothers					Toledo			AWE/DEL
OH	Battelle Columbus Laboratories			Columbus		AWE
OH	Battelle Memorial Institute			Columbus		AWE/BE/DOE
OH	Beryllium Production Plant (Brush)		Luckey			BE/DOE
OH	Brush Beryllium Co.				Elmore			AWE/BE
OH	Brush Beryllium Co.				Cleveland		AWE/BE
OH	Brush Beryllium Co.				Loraine			AWE/BE
OH	Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.			Cincinnati		AWE
OH	Clifton Products Co.				Clifton			BE
OH	Clifton Products Co.				Painesville		BE
OH	Copperweld Steel				Warren			AWE
OH	Du Pont-Grasselli Research Laboratory		Cleveland		AWE
OH	Extrusion Plant					Ashtabula		DOE
OH	Feed Materials Production Center		Fernald			DOE
OH	General Electric Company			Cincinnati/Evendale	AWE/BE/DOE
OH	Gruen Watch					Norwood			AWE
OH	Harshaw Chemical Co.				Cleveland		AWE
OH	Herring-Hall Marvin Safe Co.			Hamilton		AWE/DOE
OH	Horizons, Inc.					Cleveland		AWE
OH	Kettering Laboratory, University of Cincinnati	Cincinnati		BE
OH	Magnus Brass Co.				Cincinnati		AWE
OH	McKinney Tool and Manufacturing Co.		Cleveland		AWE
OH	Mitchell Steel Co.				Cincinnati		AWE
OH	Monsanto Chemical Co.				Dayton			AWE
OH	Mound Plant					Miamisburg		DOE
OH	Painesville Site (Diamond Magnesium Co.)	Painesville		AWE/DOE
OH	Piqua Organic Moderated Reactor			Piqua			DOE
OH	Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant		Piketon			DOE
OH	R. W. Leblond Machine Tool Co.			Cincinnati		AWE
OH	Tech-Art, Inc.					Milford			AWE
OH	Tocco Induction Heating Div.			Cleveland		AWE
OH	Vulcan Tool Co.					Dayton			AWE
OK	Kerr-McGee					Guthrie			AWE
OR	Albany Research Center				Albany			AWE/DOE
OR	Wah Chang					Albany			AWE
PA	Aeroprojects, Inc.				West Chester		AWE
PA	Aliquippa Forge					Aliquippa		AWE/DOE
PA	Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa)			New Kensington		AWE
PA	Babcock & Wilcox				Parks Township		AWE
PA	Beryllium Corp. of America			Hazleton		BE
PA	Beryllium Corp. of America			Reading			BE
PA	Birdsboro Steel & Foundry			Birdsboro		AWE
PA	C.H. Schnoor					Springdale		AWE/DOE
PA	Carnegie Mellon Cyclotron Facility		Saxonburg		AWE
PA	Carpenter Steel Co.				Reading			AWE
PA	Chambersburg Engineering Co.			Chambersburg		AWE
PA	Foote Mineral Co.				East Whiteland Twp.	AWE
PA	Frankford Arsenal				Philadelphia		AWE
PA	Heppenstall Co.					Pittsburgh		AWE
PA	Jessop Steel Co.				Washington		AWE
PA	Koppers Co., Inc.				Pittsburgh		AWE
PA	Landis Machine Tool Co.				Waynesboro		AWE
PA	McDaniel Refractory Co.				Beaver Falls		BE
PA	Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp.		Apollo			AWE/BE
PA	Penn Salt Co.					Philadelphia		AWE
PA	Philadelphia Naval Yard				Philadelphia		AWE
PA	Shippingport Atomic Power Plant			Shippingport		DOE
PA	Superior Steel Co.				Carnegie		AWE
PA	U.S. Steel Co., National Tube Division		McKeesport		AWE
PA	Vitro Manufacturing				Cannonsburg		AWE/BE
PA	Westinghouse Atomic Power Development Plant	East Pittsburgh		AWE
PR	BONUS Reactor Plant				Punta Higuera		DOE
PR	Puerto Rico Nuclear Center			Mayaguez		DOE
RI	C.I. Hayes, Inc.				Cranston		AWE
SC	Savannah River Site				Aiken			DOE
TN	Clarksville Facility				Clarksville		DOE
TN	Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant (K-25)	Oak Ridge		DOE
TN	Oak Ridge Hospital				Oak Ridge		DOE
TN	Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education	Oak Ridge		DOE
TN	Oak Ridge National Laboratory (X-10)		Oak Ridge		DOE
TN	Vitro Corp. of America				Chattanooga		AWE/BE
TN	W. R. Grace					Erwin			AWE
TN	 Y-12 Plant					Oak Ridge		DOE
TX	AMCOT						Forth Worth		AWE
TX	Mathieson Chemcial Co				Pasadena		AWE
TX	Medina Facility					San Antonio		DOE
TX	Pantex Plant					Amarillo		DOE
TX	Sutton, Steele and Steele Co.			Dallas			AWE
TX	Texas City Chemicals, Inc.			Texas City		AWE
VA	Babcock & Wilcox Co.				Lynchburg		AWE
VA	Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility	Newport News		DOE
VA	University of Virginia				Charlottesville		AWE
WA	Hanford						Richland		DOE
WA	Pacific Northwest National Laboratory		Richland		DOE
WV	Huntington Pilot Plant				Huntington		AWE/DOE
WI	Allis-Chalmers Co.				West Allis, Milwaukee	AWE
WI	Besley-Wells					South Beloit		AWE
WI	LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor			LaCrosse		DOE
WI	Ladish Co.					Cudahy			BE
* Marshall Islands
** Consistent with the Act, coverage is limited to activities not performed
under the responsibility of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program.

Issued in Washington, D.C. January 10, 2001

_____________________
Signature
David M. Michaels, PhD, MPH
Assistant Secretary
Environment, Safety and Health


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