EEOICPA Mitts & Merrel

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 Mitts and Merrel Company, Saginaw Michigan

 

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Mitts and Merrel is an AWE facility for 1956 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

In a test for National Lead of Ohio (Fernald), Mitts and Merrell reduced a thorium metal chunk to small particle size pieces in its Hog Grinder.

During the period of residual contamination, as designated by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and as noted in the dates above, employees of subsequent owners and operators of this facility are also covered under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.


Alternative Name

  • Genesee Packing Company
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    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management has a Mitts and Merrel Company webpage.

     

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B statistics on Mitts and Merrel.

    NIOSH

    NIOSH lists statistics for Mitts and Merrel dose reconstructions.

    Other

    The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Mitts & Merrel.
     

     

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