EEOICPA Cincinnati Milling Machine

Milicron, DOE, DOL, Documents

Video 1 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 2 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 3 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 4 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

 Manhattan Project Badge

Help for EEOICPA claimants

 
Bookmark and Share
follow EECAP on facebook tweet EECAP EECAP YouTube Channel
get in touch

 Cincinnati Milling Machine, Cincinnati Ohio

 
Cincinnati Postcard

Cincinnati Milling Machine

Cincinnati Milling Machine is an AWE facility for September 17, 1963 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. built electro-chemical machining units. In September 1963, the company tested the feasibility of electro-chemical machining of uranium. Eight normal uranium solid cylinders 1 inch in diameter and 1 inch long (approximately 14 pounds) were used in the test.

 

DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a web page on Cincinnati Milling Machine's FUSRAP status.

 

DOL

DOL lists Cincinnati Milling Machine's Part B compensation statistics

 

NIOSH

NIOSH provides dose reconstruction statistics on Cincinnati Milling Machine.

 

Other

The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Cincinnati Milling Machine.

 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Documents

  • Elimination of the Sites from FUSRAP
  • Memos on Materials
  • Trip Report to Cincinnati Milling Machine
  •  

     

     

     

    back to top

     Photos courtesy of DOE and Library of Congress