EEOICPA Bendix Aviation

DOE, DOL, NIOSH, Documents

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Bendix Aviation, Davenport Iowa

 

Bendix Aviation Corporation

Bendix Aviation is classified as an AWE site for 1960 so workers are eligible for Part B compensation.

On three separate occasions, National Lead of Ohio (Fernald) personnel conducted tests to see how well a Bendix sonic energy cleaning system could clean uranium-contaminated 55 gallon drums. At least 18 contaminated drums were test cleaned.

 

Alternative Names

  • Pioneer Division
  • Bendix Aviation
  • Bendix Pioneer Division 
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    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management considered Bendix Aviation for FUSRAP.

     

    DOL

    DOL lists Part B statistics for Bendix but there is no Site Exposure Matrix. 

     

    NIOSH

    NIOSH has done one dose reconstruction at Bendix.

     

    Other

    The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Bendix.

     

    Bendix Aviation Documents

  • Fernald Trip Report to Bendix Aviation--1960
  • 1960 Analytical Data Sheet
  • Bendix Memo--1990
  • Elimination from FUSRAP-1994
  • Elimination from FUSRAP letter-1995
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