EEOICPA Oliver

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 Oliver Corporation, Battle Creek Michigan

 

Battle Creek signOliver Corporation

Oliver is an AWE facility fro 1956-1957 and 1961-1962 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

The Oliver Corporation participated in green salt briquetting testing for the National Lead Company of Ohio (Fernald). Records indicate that testing took place in November 1956, July 1957, May 1961 and May 1962. It is unclear from the documentation whether the company ever performed this work at a production level. The Oliver Corporation AEC license history indicates that it was licensed to receive 350 pounds of normal uranium (40-6977 - 03/08/63) and 20,000 pounds of uranium enriched U-235 (70-646 – 03/26/62) (but comments that records indicate that it is not related to its work for NLO).

 

 

DOE

DOE Legacy Management has an Oliver Corporation webpage.

 

 

DOL

DOL provides Part B statistics on Oliver.

NIOSH

NIOSH lists statistics for Oliver dose reconstructions.

Other

The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Oliver.
 

 

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