EEOICPA Joplin Iron

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 Rogers Iron Company, Joplin Missouri

 

Joplin postcardRogers Iron Company

Rogers Iron is an AWE site for 1956 so claimants are eligible to file Part B claims.

The Roger Iron Company conducted a test operation involving crushing of a dolomite c-liner for the AEC. The liner had trace amounts of uranium and magnesium fluoride. The test involved four individuals, including two employees of National Lead of Ohio (Fernald). NLO also monitored the air during the time of the test.       


Alternative Names

  • Roger Iron Company
  • Rogers Iron Works

     

    DOE

    Legacy Management eliminated Rogers Iron from FUSRAP.

    DOL

    DOL has neither statistics nor a Site Exposure Matrix for Rogers Iron. 

    NIOSH

    NIOSH lists statistics for Rogers Iron. 

    Other

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

     

     Documents

  • Analytical Data Sheet--1956
  • Work Memo--1990
  • Elimination of the Sites from FUSRAP--1994
  • Elimination of Rogers Iron from FUSRAP
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