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resolving arbitration disputes under the
Act.
The panel also determined that the
SLA’s delay in seeking arbitration
greatly prejudiced the Navy and the
facility and its current contractor and
that there was no reasonable cause for
the delay. Therefore, the panel
concluded that the SLA had waived its
right to Federal arbitration and
dismissed the complaint without ruling
on the merits of the case.
One panel member dissented.
The views and opinions expressed by
the panel do not necessarily represent
the views and opinions of the U.S.
Department of Education.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: You
may obtain a copy of the full text of the
arbitration panel decision from Suzette
E. Haynes, U.S. Department of
Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW.,
room 3232, Mary E. Switzer Building,
Washington, DC 20202–2738.
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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Energy Employees Occupational
Illness Compensation Program Act of
2000; Revision to List of Covered
Facilities
Department of Energy.
Notice of revision of listing of
covered facilities.
AGENCY:
ACTION:

SUMMARY: Periodically, the Department
of Energy (‘‘Department’’ or ‘‘DOE’’)
publishes a list of facilities covered
under the Energy Employees
Occupational Illness Compensation
Program 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. Previous lists were
published on January 17, 2001, June 11,
2001 and December 27, 2002.
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 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, e-mail:
worker_advocacy@eh.doe.gov, toll free:
1–877–447–9756, URL: http://
tis.eh.doe.gov/advocacy/.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Purpose
The Energy Employees Occupational
Illness Compensation Program 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
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facilities in the Federal Register. 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. 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 Department’s best efforts
to date to compile a list of facilities
under these three categories. This listing
includes 362 facilities in 46
jurisdictions. Today’s publication of the
list includes the designation of 14
additional DOE facilities, including ten
Ore Buying Stations. It clarifies one
listing, narrows one listing, and changes
one AWE to a DOE. Also, for ten
facilities previously listed with AWE/
DOE dual designations, the DOE
designation has been dropped because it
was learned that no work occurred at
those locations as part of site
remediation. Two AWE facilities were
dropped entirely, one because it was
learned that no radioactivity was used at
that location and the other because the
type of work, which took place there,
was determined not to be covered
Atomic Weapons Employer activity.
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 Web site noted. A copy may also
be obtained by request to the Office of
Worker Advocacy. The Department is
continuing its research efforts, and
continued 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

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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 http://tis.eh.doe.gov/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 Department’s 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 name

Location

AL—Southern Research Institute ...................................
AL—Speedring, Inc .........................................................
AL—Tennessee Valley Authority ....................................
AK—Amchitka Nuclear Explosion Site ...........................
AK—Project Chariot Site .................................................
AZ—Ore Buying Station at Globe ...................................
CA—Arthur D. Little Co ...................................................
CA—Atomics International ..............................................
CA—California Research Corp .......................................
CA—Ceradyne, Inc .........................................................
CA—Ceradyne, Inc .........................................................
CA—City Tool & Die MFG ..............................................
CA—C.L. Hann Industries ...............................................
CA—Dow Chemical Co ...................................................
CA—EDM Exotics ...........................................................
CA—Electro Circuits, Inc ................................................
CA—Electrofusion ...........................................................
CA—Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC) ...
CA—General Atomics .....................................................
CA—General Electric Vallecitos .....................................
CA—Hafer Tool ...............................................................
CA—Hexcel Products .....................................................
CA—Hunter Douglas Aluminum Corp ............................
CA—Jerry Carroll Machining ..........................................
CA—Lab. for Biomedical & Environmental Sciences .....
CA—Lab. for Energy-Related Health Research .............
CA—Lab. of Radiobiology and Environmental Health ....
CA—Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ................
CA—Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ..............
CA—Lebow .....................................................................
CA—Philco-Ford .............................................................
CA—Pleasanton Tool & Manufacturing ..........................
CA—Poltech Precision ....................................................
CA—Robin Materials .......................................................
CA—Ron Witherspoon, Inc .............................................
CA—Sandia Laboratory, Salton Sea Base .....................
CA—Sandia National Laboratories—Livermore .............
CA—Stanford Linear Accelerator ....................................
CA—Stauffer Metals, Inc ................................................
CA—Tapemation .............................................................

Birmingham ...............................................
Culman ......................................................
Muscle Shoals ..........................................
Amchitka Island ........................................
Cape Thompson .......................................
Globe ........................................................
San Francisco ...........................................
Los Angeles County .................................
Richmond ..................................................
Costa Mesa ...............................................
Santa Ana .................................................
Santa Clara ...............................................
San Jose ...................................................
Walnut Creek ............................................
Hayward ....................................................
Pasadena ..................................................
Fremont .....................................................
Santa Susana, Area IV .............................
La Jolla .....................................................
Pleasanton ................................................
Oakland .....................................................
Berkeley ....................................................
Riverside ...................................................
San Carlos ................................................
Los Angeles ..............................................
Davis .........................................................
San Francisco ...........................................
Berkeley ....................................................
Livermore ..................................................
Goleta .......................................................
Newport Beach .........................................
Pleasanton ................................................
Fremont .....................................................
Mountain View ..........................................
Campbell ...................................................
Imperial County .........................................
Livermore ..................................................
Palo Alto ...................................................
Richmond ..................................................
Scotts Valley .............................................

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CA—University of California ...........................................
CO—Coors Porcelain ......................................................
CO—Grand Junction Operations Office .........................
CO—Green Sludge Plant ................................................
CO—Project Rio Blanco Nuclear Explosion Site ............
CO—Project Rulison Nuclear Explosion Site .................
CO—Rocky Flats Plant ...................................................
CO—Shattuck Chemical .................................................
CO—Uranium Mill in Durango ........................................
CO—University of Denver Research Institute ................
CT—American Chain and Cable Co ...............................
CT—Anaconda Co ..........................................................
CT—Bridgeport Brass Co., Havens Laboratory .............
CT—Combustion Engineering ........................................
CT—Connecticut Aircraft Nuclear Engine Laboratory ....
CT—Dorr Corp ................................................................
CT—Fenn Machinery ......................................................
CT—Machlett Laboratories .............................................
CT—New England Lime Co ............................................
CT—Seymour Specialty Wire .........................................
CT—Sperry Products, Inc ...............................................
CT—Torrington Co ..........................................................
DE—Allied Chemical and Dye Corp ...............................
DC—National Bureau of Standards ................................
DC—Naval Research Laboratory ...................................
FL—American Beryllium Co ............................................
FL—Armour Fertilizer Works ..........................................
FL—Gardinier, Inc ...........................................................
FL—International Minerals and Chemical Corp ..............
FL—Pinellas Plant ...........................................................
FL—University of Florida ................................................
FL—Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp .............................
FL—W.R. Grace Co., Agricultural Chemical Div ............
HI—Kauai Test Facility ...................................................
ID—Argonne National Laboratory—West .......................
ID—Idaho National Engineering Laboratory ...................
ID—Northwest Machining & Manufacturing ....................
IL—Allied Chemical Corp. Plant .....................................
IL—American Machine and Metals, Inc ..........................
IL—Argonne National Laboratory—East .........................
IL—Armour Research Foundation ..................................
IL—Blockson Chemical Co. (Building 55) .......................
IL—C-B Tool Products Co ..............................................
IL—Crane Co ..................................................................
IL—ERA Tool and Engineering Co .................................
IL—Fansteel Metallurgical Corp ......................................
IL—Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory ....................
IL—Granite City Steel .....................................................
IL—Great Lakes Carbon Corp ........................................
IL—GSA 39th Street Warehouse ....................................
IL—International Register ...............................................
IL—Kaiser Aluminum Corp .............................................
IL—Lindsay Light and Chemical Co ...............................
IL—Dow Chemical (Madison Site) ..................................
IL—Metallurgical Laboratory ...........................................
IL—Midwest Manufacturing Co .......................................
IL—Museum of Science and Industry .............................
IL—National Guard Armory .............................................
IL—Podbeliniac Corp ......................................................
IL—Precision Extrusion Co .............................................
IL—Quality Hardware and Machine Co ..........................
IL—R. Krasburg and Sons Manufacturing Co ................
IL—Sciaky Brothers, Inc .................................................
IL—Swenson Evaporator Co ..........................................
IL—W.E. Pratt Manufacturing Co ...................................
IL—Wyckoff Drawn Steel Co ..........................................
IN—American Bearing Corp ...........................................
IN—Dana Heavy Water Plant .........................................
IN—General Electric Plant ..............................................
IN—Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co ......................
IN—Purdue University .....................................................
IA—Ames Laboratory ......................................................
IA—Bendix Aviation (Pioneer Division) ...........................
IA—Iowa Ordnance Plant ...............................................

Berkeley ....................................................
Golden ......................................................
Grand Junction .........................................
Uraven ......................................................
Rifle ...........................................................
Grand Valley .............................................
Golden ......................................................
Denver ......................................................
Durango ....................................................
Denver ......................................................
Bridgeport .................................................
Waterbury .................................................
Bridgeport .................................................
Windsor .....................................................
Middletown ................................................
Stamford ...................................................
Hartford .....................................................
Springdale .................................................
Canaan .....................................................
Seymour ....................................................
Danbury ....................................................
Torrington ..................................................
North Claymont .........................................
Washington ...............................................
Washington ...............................................
Sarasota ....................................................
Bartow .......................................................
Tampa .......................................................
Mulberry ....................................................
Clearwater .................................................
Gainesville ................................................
Nichols ......................................................
Ridgewood ................................................
Kauai .........................................................
Scoville ......................................................
Scoville ......................................................
Meridian ....................................................
Metropolis .................................................
E. Moline ...................................................
Argonne ....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Joliet ..........................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
North Chicago ...........................................
Batavia ......................................................
Granite City ...............................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Dalton ........................................................
W. Chicago ...............................................
Madison ....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Galesburg .................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Bensenville ................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Joliet ..........................................................
Chicago .....................................................
Indianapolis ...............................................
Dana .........................................................
Shelbyville .................................................
Ft. Wayne .................................................
Lafayette ...................................................
Ames .........................................................
Davenport .................................................
Burlington ..................................................

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IA—Titus Metals ..............................................................
KS—Spencer Chemical Co., Jayhawk Works ................
KY—Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant ..........................
LA—Ethyl Corp ...............................................................
MD—Armco-Rustless Iron & Steel .................................
MD—W.R. Grace and Company ....................................
MA—American Potash & Chemical ................................
MA—C.G. Sargent & Sons .............................................
MA—Chapman Valve ......................................................
MA—Edgerton Germeshausen & Grier, Inc ...................
MA—Fenwal, Inc .............................................................
MA—Franklin Institute .....................................................
MA—Heald Machine Co .................................................
MA—La Pointe Machine and Tool Co ............................
MA—Massachusetts Institute of Technology ..................
MA—Metals and Controls Corp ......................................
MA—National Research Corp .........................................
MA—Norton Co ...............................................................
MA—Nuclear Metals, Inc ................................................
MA—Reed Rolled Thread Co .........................................
MA—Shpack Landfill .......................................................
MA—Ventron Corporation ...............................................
MA—Watertown Arsenal .................................................
MA—Winchester Engineering & Analytical Center .........
MA—Woburn Landfill ......................................................
MA—Wyman Gordon Inc ................................................
MI—AC Spark Plug .........................................................
MI—Baker-Perkins Co ....................................................
MI—Bridgeport Brass Co ................................................
MI—Brush Beryllium Co ..................................................
MI—Carboloy Co .............................................................
MI—Extruded Metals Co .................................................
MI—Gerity-Michigan Corp ...............................................
MI—Mitts & Merrel Co ....................................................
MI—Oliver Corp ..............................................................
MI—Revere Copper and Brass .......................................
MI—Speedring Systems, Inc ..........................................
MI—Star Cutter Corp ......................................................
MI—University of Michigan .............................................
MI—Wolverine Tube Division ..........................................
MN—Elk River Reactor ...................................................
MS—Salmon Nuclear Explosion Site .............................
MO—Kansas City Plant ..................................................
MO—Latty Avenue Properties ........................................
MO—Mallinckrodt Chemical Co., Destrehan St. Plant ...
MO—Medart Co ..............................................................
MO—Roger Iron Co ........................................................
MO—St. Louis Airport Storage Site (SLAPS) .................
MO—Tyson Valley Powder Farm ...................................
MO—United Nuclear Corp ..............................................
MO—Weldon Spring Plant ..............................................
NE—Hallam Sodium Graphite Reactor ..........................
NV—Nevada Test Site ....................................................
NV—Project Faultless Nuclear Explosion Site ...............
NV—Project Shoal Nuclear Explosion Site ....................
NV—Tonopah Test Range ..............................................
NV—Yucca Mountain Site Characterization Project .......
NJ—Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa) ..........................
NJ—American Peddinghaus Corp ..................................
NJ—Baker and Williams Co ...........................................
NJ—Bell Telephone Laboratories ...................................
NJ—Bloomfield Tool Co ..................................................
NJ—Bowen Laboratory ...................................................
NJ—Callite Tungsten Co ................................................
NJ—Chemical Construction Co ......................................
NJ—Du Pont Deepwater Works .....................................
NJ—International Nickel Co., Bayonne Laboratories .....
NJ—J.T. Baker Chemical Co ..........................................
NJ—Kellex/Pierpont ........................................................
NJ—Maywood Chemical Works .....................................
NJ—Middlesex Municipal Landfill ...................................
NJ—Middlesex Sampling Plant .......................................
NJ—National Beryllia ......................................................
NJ—New Brunswick Laboratory .....................................

Waterloo ....................................................
Pittsburgh ..................................................
Paducah ....................................................
Baton Rouge .............................................
Baltimore ...................................................
Curtis Bay .................................................
West Hanover ...........................................
Graniteville ................................................
Indian Orchard ..........................................
Boston .......................................................
Ashland .....................................................
Boston .......................................................
Worcester ..................................................
Hudson ......................................................
Cambridge ................................................
Attleboro ....................................................
Cambridge ................................................
Worcester ..................................................
Concord ....................................................
Worcester ..................................................
Norton .......................................................
Beverly ......................................................
Watertown .................................................
Winchester ................................................
Woburn .....................................................
Grayton, North Grafton .............................
Flint ...........................................................
Saginaw ....................................................
Adrian ........................................................
Detroit .......................................................
Detroit .......................................................
Grand Rapids ............................................
Adrian ........................................................
Saginaw ....................................................
Battle Creek ..............................................
Detroit .......................................................
Detroit .......................................................
Farmington ................................................
Ann Arbor ..................................................
Detroit .......................................................
Elk River ...................................................
Hattiesburg ................................................
Kansas City ...............................................
Hazelwood ................................................
St. Louis ....................................................
St. Louis ....................................................
Joplin .........................................................
St. Louis ....................................................
St. Louis ....................................................
Hematite ....................................................
Weldon Spring ..........................................
Hallam .......................................................
Mercury .....................................................
Central Nevada Test Site .........................
Fallon ........................................................
Tonopah ....................................................
Yucca Mountain ........................................
Garwood ...................................................
Moonachie ................................................
Newark ......................................................
Murray Hill .................................................
Bloomfield .................................................
North Branch .............................................
Union City .................................................
Linden .......................................................
Deepwater .................................................
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NJ—Picatinny Arsenal ....................................................
NJ—Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory ....................
NJ—Rare Earths/W.R. Grace .........................................
NJ—Standard Oil Development Co of NJ ......................
NJ—Stevens Institute of Technology ..............................
NJ—Tube Reducing Co ..................................................
NJ—U.S. Pipe and Foundry ...........................................
NJ—United Lead Co .......................................................
NJ—Vitro Corp of America (New Jersey) .......................
NJ—Westinghouse Electric Corp (New Jersey) .............
NJ—Wykoff Steel Co ......................................................
NM—Accurate Machine & Tool ......................................
NM—Albuquerque Operations Office .............................
NM—Chupadera Mesa ...................................................
NM—Los Alamos Medical Center ...................................
NM—Los Alamos National Laboratory ...........................
NM—Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute ...............
NM—Ore Buying Station at Grants ................................
NM—Ore Buying Station at Shiprock .............................
NM—Project Gasbuggy Nuclear Explosion Site .............
NM—Project Gnome Nuclear Explosion Site .................
NM—Sandia National Laboratories ................................
NM—South Albuquerque Works .....................................
NM—Trinity Nuclear Explosion Site ................................
NM—Waste Isolation Pilot Plant .....................................
NY—Allegheny-Ludlum Steel ..........................................
NY—American Machine and Foundry ............................
NY—Ashland Oil .............................................................
NY—Baker and Williams Warehouses ...........................
NY—Bethlehem Steel .....................................................
NY—Bliss & Laughlin Steel ............................................
NY—Brookhaven National Laboratory ............................
NY—Burns & Roe, Inc ....................................................
NY—Carborundum Company .........................................
NY—Colonie Site (National Lead) ..................................
NY—Crucible Steel Co ...................................................
NY—Electro Metallurgical ...............................................
NY—Environmental Measurements Laboratory .............
NY—Fairchild Hiller Corporation .....................................
NY—General Astrometals ...............................................
NY—Hooker Electrochemical ..........................................
NY—International Rare Metals Refinery, Inc ..................
NY—Ithaca Gun Co ........................................................
NY—Lake Ontario Ordnance Works ...............................
NY—Ledoux and Co .......................................................
NY—Linde Air Products ..................................................
NY—Linde Ceramics Plant .............................................
NY—New York University ...............................................
NY—Peek Street Facility 1 ..............................................
NY—Radium Chemical Co .............................................
NY—Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ............................
NY—Sacandaga Facility 1 ...............................................
NY—SAM Laboratories, Columbia University ................
NY—Seaway Industrial Park ...........................................
NY—Seneca Army Depot ...............................................
NY—Separations Process Research Unit (at Knolls
Lab.) 1.
NY—Simonds Saw and Steel Co ...................................
NY—Staten Island Warehouse .......................................
NY—Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp.—Bayside Lab .....
NY—Sylvania Corning Nuclear Corp.—Hicksville Plant
NY—Titanium Alloys Manufacturing ...............................
NY—Trudeau Foundation ...............................................
NY—University of Rochester Atomic Energy Project .....
NY—Utica St. Warehouse ..............................................
NY—West Valley Demonstration Project ........................
NY—Wolff-Alport Chemical Corp ....................................
NC—Beryllium Metals and Chemical Corp .....................
NC—University of North Carolina ...................................
OH—Ajax Magnethermic Corp .......................................
OH—Alba Craft ...............................................................
OH—Associated Aircraft Tool and Manufacturing Co ....
OH—B & T Metals ..........................................................
OH—Baker Brothers .......................................................

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Princeton ...................................................
Wayne .......................................................
Linden .......................................................
Hoboken ....................................................
Wallington .................................................
Burlington ..................................................
Middlesex ..................................................
West Orange .............................................
Bloomfield .................................................
Newark ......................................................
Albuquerque ..............................................
Albuquerque ..............................................
Chupadera Mesa ......................................
Los Alamos ...............................................
Los Alamos ...............................................
Albuquerque ..............................................
Grants .......................................................
Shiprock ....................................................
Farmington ................................................
Carlsbad ....................................................
Albuquerque ..............................................
Albuquerque ..............................................
White Sands Missile Range .....................
Carlsbad ....................................................
Watervliet ..................................................
Brooklyn ....................................................
Tonawanda ...............................................
New York ..................................................
Lackawanna ..............................................
Buffalo .......................................................
Upton ........................................................
Maspeth ....................................................
Niagara Falls .............................................
Colonie (Albany) .......................................
Syracuse ...................................................
Niagara Falls .............................................
New York ..................................................
Farmingdale ..............................................
Yonkers .....................................................
Niagara Falls .............................................
Mt. Kisco ...................................................
Ithaca ........................................................
Niagara Falls .............................................
New York ..................................................
Buffalo .......................................................
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New York ..................................................
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New York ..................................................
Troy ...........................................................
Glenville ....................................................
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OH—Battelle Laboratories—King Avenue ......................
OH—Battelle Laboratories—West Jefferson ..................
OH—Beryllium Production Plant (Brush Luckey Plant) ..
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Cleveland) ............................
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Elmore) ................................
OH—Brush Beryllium Co. (Lorain) ..................................
OH—Cincinnati Milling Machine Co ................................
OH—Clifton Products Co ................................................
OH—Copperweld Steel ...................................................
OH—Du Pont-Grasselli Research Laboratory ................
OH—Extrusion Plant (Reactive Metals Inc.) ...................
OH—Feed Materials Production Center (FMPC) ...........
OH—General Electric Company (Ohio) ..........................
OH—Gruen Watch ..........................................................
OH—Harshaw Chemical Co ...........................................
OH—Herring-Hall Marvin Safe Co ..................................
OH—Horizons, Inc. .........................................................
OH—Kettering Laboratory, University of Cincinnati .......
OH—Magnus Brass Co ..................................................
OH—McKinney Tool and Manufacturing Co ..................
OH—Mitchell Steel Co ....................................................
OH—Monsanto Chemical Co. .........................................
OH—Mound Plant ...........................................................
OH—Painesville Site (Diamond Magnesium Co.) ..........
OH—Piqua Organic Moderated Reactor ........................
OH—Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant .....................
OH—R. W. Leblond Machine Tool Co ...........................
OH—Tech-Art, Inc ...........................................................
OH—Tocco Induction Heating Div ..................................
OH—Vulcan Tool Co ......................................................
OK—Eagle Picher ...........................................................
OK—Kerr-McGee ............................................................
OR—Albany Research Center ........................................
OR—Wah Chang ............................................................
PA—Aeroprojects, Inc .....................................................
PA—Aliquippa Forge .......................................................
PA—Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa) (Pennsylvania)
PA—Beryllium Corp. of America (Hazleton) ...................
PA—Beryllium Corp. of America (Reading) ....................
PA—Birdsboro Steel & Foundry .....................................
PA—C.H. Schnoor ..........................................................
PA—Carnegie Institute of Technology ............................
PA—Carpenter Steel Co .................................................
PA—Chambersburg Engineering Co ..............................
PA—Foote Mineral Co ....................................................
PA—Frankford Arsenal ...................................................
PA—Heppenstall Co .......................................................
PA—Jessop Steel Co .....................................................
PA—Koppers Co., Inc .....................................................
PA—Landis Machine Tool Co .........................................
PA—McDanel Refractory Co ..........................................
PA—Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC)
PA—Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp. (NUMEC)
PA—Penn Salt Co ..........................................................
PA—Philadelphia Naval Yard .........................................
PA—Shippingport Atomic Power Plant 1 .........................
PA—Superior Steel Co ...................................................
PA—U.S. Steel Co., National Tube Division ..................
PA—Vitro Manufacturing (Canonsburg) .........................
PA—Westinghouse Atomic Power Dev. Plant ................
PA—Westinghouse Nuclear Fuels Division ....................
PR—BONUS Reactor Plant ............................................
PR—Puerto Rico Nuclear Center ...................................
RI—C.I. Hayes, Inc .........................................................
SC—Savannah River Site ...............................................
SD—Ore Buying Station at Edgemont ...........................
TN—Clarksville Facility ...................................................
TN—Manufacturing Sciences Corp ................................
TN—Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant (K–25) ...........
TN—Oak Ridge Hospital .................................................
TN—Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education ............
TN—Oak Ridge National Laboratory (X–10) ..................
TN—S–50 Oak Ridge Thermal Diffusion Plant ..............
TN—Vitro Corporation of America (Tennessee) .............

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Columbus ..................................................
Luckey .......................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Elmore .......................................................
Lorain ........................................................
Cincinnati ..................................................
Painesville .................................................
Warren ......................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Ashtabula ..................................................
Fernald ......................................................
Cincinnati/Evendale ..................................
Norwood ....................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Hamilton ....................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Cincinnati ..................................................
Cincinnati ..................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Cincinnati ..................................................
Dayton .......................................................
Miamisburg ...............................................
Painesville .................................................
Piqua .........................................................
Piketon ......................................................
Cincinnati ..................................................
Milford .......................................................
Cleveland ..................................................
Dayton .......................................................
Quapaw .....................................................
Guthrie ......................................................
Albany .......................................................
Albany .......................................................
West Chester ............................................
Aliquippa ...................................................
New Kensington ........................................
Hazleton ....................................................
Reading .....................................................
Birdsboro ...................................................
Springdale .................................................
Pittsburgh ..................................................
Reading .....................................................
Chambersburg ..........................................
East Whiteland Twp ..................................
Philadelphia ..............................................
Pittsburgh ..................................................
Washington ...............................................
Verona ......................................................
Waynesboro ..............................................
Beaver Falls ..............................................
Apollo ........................................................
Parks Township ........................................
Philadelphia/Wyndmoor ............................
Philadelphia ..............................................
Shippingport ..............................................
Carnegie ...................................................
McKeesport ...............................................
Canonsburg ..............................................
East Pittsburgh .........................................
Cheswick ...................................................
Punta Higuera ...........................................
Mayaguez .................................................
Cranston ...................................................
Aiken .........................................................
Edgemont ..................................................
Clarksville ..................................................
Oak Ridge .................................................
Oak Ridge .................................................
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Location

Facility type

TN—W.R. Grace (Tennessee) ........................................
TN—Y–12 Plant ..............................................................
TX—AMCOT ...................................................................
TX—Mathieson Chemical Co ..........................................
TX—Medina Facility ........................................................
TX—Pantex Plant ............................................................
TX—Sutton, Steele and Steele Co .................................
TX—Texas City Chemicals, Inc ......................................
UT—Ore Buying Station at Marysvale ............................
UT—Ore Buying Station at Moab ...................................
UT—Ore Buying Station at Monticello ............................
UT—Ore Buying Station at White Canyon .....................
UT—Uranium Mill in Monticello ......................................
VA—BWXT ......................................................................
VA—Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility .....
VA—University of Virginia ...............................................
WA—Hanford ..................................................................
WA—Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ..................
WV—Huntington Pilot Plant ............................................
WI—Allis-Chalmers Co ...................................................
WI—A.O. Smith ...............................................................
WI—Besley-Wells ............................................................
WI—LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor ............................
WI—Ladish Co ................................................................
WY—Ore Buying Station at Crooks Gap ........................
WY—Ore Buying Station at Riverton ..............................
MR—Pacific Proving Ground 2 ........................................

Erwin .........................................................
Oak Ridge .................................................
Ft. Worth ...................................................
Pasadena ..................................................
San Antonio ..............................................
Amarillo .....................................................
Dallas ........................................................
Texas City .................................................
Marysvale ..................................................
Moab .........................................................
Monticello ..................................................
White Canyon ...........................................
Monticello ..................................................
Lynchburg .................................................
Newport News ..........................................
Charlottesville ...........................................
Richland ....................................................
Richland ....................................................
Huntington .................................................
West Allis, Milwaukee ...............................
Milwaukee .................................................
South Beloit ..............................................
LaCrosse ...................................................
Cudahy ......................................................
Crooks Gap ...............................................
Riverton .....................................................
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with the Act, coverage is limited to activities not performed under the responsibility of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion program.
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).
2 Pacific

Issued in Washington, DC July 15, 2003.
Beverly A. Cook,
Assistant Secretary, Office of Environment,
Safety and Health.
[FR Doc. 03–18442 Filed 7–18–03; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Environmental Management SiteSpecific Advisory Board, Rocky Flats
Department of Energy.
Notice of open meeting.

AGENCY:
ACTION:

SUMMARY: This notice announces a
meeting of the Environmental
Management Site-Specific Advisory
Board (EM SSAB), Rocky Flats. The
Federal Advisory Committee Act (Pub.
L. 92–463, 86 Stat. 770) requires that
public notice of these meetings be
announced in the Federal Register.
DATES: Thursday, August 7, 2003, 6 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m.
ADDRESSES: Jefferson County Airport,
Terminal Building, Mount Evans Room,
11755 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ken
Korkia, Board/Staff Coordinator, Rocky
Flats Citizens Advisory Board, 9035
North Wadsworth Parkway, Suite 2250,
Westminster, CO, 80021; telephone
(303) 420–7855; fax (303) 420–7579.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

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Purpose of the Board: The purpose of
the Board is to make recommendations
to DOE and its regulators in the areas of
environmental restoration, waste
management, and related activities.
Tentative Agenda: 1. Presentation and
discussion on the draft Long-Term
Stewardship Strategy for Rocky Flats.
2. Follow-up discussion on final
approved modifications to the Rocky
Flats Cleanup Agreement
3. Other Board business may be
conducted as necessary.
Public Participation: The meeting is
open to the public. Written statements
may be filed with the Board either
before or after the meeting. Individuals
who wish to make oral statements
pertaining to agenda items should
contact Ken Korkia at the address or
telephone number listed above.
Requests must be received at least five
days prior to the meeting and reasonable
provisions will be made to include the
presentation in the agenda. The Deputy
Designated Federal Officer is
empowered to conduct the meeting in a
fashion that will facilitate the orderly
conduct of business. Each individual
wishing to make public comment will
be provided a maximum of five minutes
to present their comments.
Minutes: The minutes of this meeting
will be available for public review and
copying at the Public Reading Room
located at the Office of the Rocky Flats
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Wadsworth Parkway, Suite 2250,
Westminister, CO 80021; telephone
(303) 420–7855. Hours of operations for
the Public Reading Room are 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday, except
Federal holidays. Minutes will also be
made available by writing or calling
Deborah French at the address or
telephone number listed above. Board
meeting minutes are posted on RFCAB’s
Web site within one month following
each meeting at: http://www.rfcab.org/
Minutes.HTML.
Issued at Washington, DC on July 15, 2003.
Rachel M. Samuel,
Deputy Advisory Committee Management
Officer.
[FR Doc. 03–18443 Filed 7–18–03; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6450–01–P

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Energy Information Administration
Agency Information Collection
Activities: Proposed Collection;
Comment Request
AGENCY: Energy Information
Administration (EIA), Department of
Energy (DOE).
ACTION: Agency Information Collection
Activities: Proposed Collection;
Comment Request.
SUMMARY: The EIA is soliciting
comments on a proposal to request

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