EEOICPA Spencer

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 Spencer Chemical Company, Jayhawks Works, Pittsburg Kansas

 

Spencer Chemical CompanySpencer Chemical Company, Jayhawks Works

Spencer Jayhawks is an AWE facility from 1956-1961 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

Spencer Jayhawks has a Special Exposure Cohort which covers all workers with specific cancers and at least 250 days of employment for January 1, 1956-December 31, 1961.

The Spencer Chemical Company, Jayhawks Works, processed unirradiated uranium scrap for the AEC, recovering enriched uranium from it for use in the weapons complex. By May 12, 1961, Spencer Chemical had ceased operations and disposed of its nuclear materials.

 

DOE

DOE's Legacy Management has a webpage for Spencer Chemical  in Pittsburg Kansas as it was considered for FUSRAP.

 

DOL

DOL provides Part B statistics on Spencer.

NIOSH

Spencer Chemical has a Special Exposure Cohort .  NIOSH also provides dose reconstruction statistics for Spencer.

Others

  • The Wall Street Journal Waste Land series provides additional information on Spencer.
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