EEOICPA Gruen Watch

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Gruen Watch Company, Norwood Ohio

 
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Gruen Watch

Gruen Watch is an AWE facility for 1956 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

The Gruen Watch Company of Norwood Ohio conducted cold shaving and stamping and hot stamping washer tests for National Lead Company of Ohio (Fernald) in May and June 1956. The tests involved shaving and stamping uranium washers on a 60-ton mechanical press and stamping washers from strips of uranium heated in a salt bath. Only small quantities of radioactive materials were handled.

Gruen is an AWE site so workers are eligible for Part B claims only.

 

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DOE

DOE Legacy Management has a webpage for Gruen Watch FUSRAP consideration.

 

DOL

DOL provides Part B statistics for Gruen Watch.

 

NIOSH

NIOSH provides statistics on Gruen Watch dose reconstructions.

 

Other

  • Wikipedia has an article on Gruen Watch Company.
  • The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Gruen Watch.
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