EEOICPA LaCrosse

Documents, EPA, NIOSH, DOL, DOE

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 LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor, LaCrosse Wisconsin

 

Lacrosse FacilityLaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor

LaCrosse is a DOE facility from 1967-1969 so workers are eligible to file both Part B and Part E claims.

The LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor (LACBWR), now owned and operated by Dairyland Power Cooperative, was one of a series of demonstration plants funded by the Atomic Energy Commission along with commercial utilities. LBCBWR achieved initial criticality in 1967, began commercial operation in November 1969, and was permanently shut down on April 30, 1987. Final reactor defueling was completed on June 11, 1987; storing a total of 333 irradiated fuel assemblies in the 42-foot deep spent fuel pool.

 

DOE

DOE lists LaCrosse as a covered EEOICPA facility.

DOL

DOL provides Part B and Part E statistics for LaCrosse but no Site Exposure Matrix.

NIOSH

NIOSH lists statistics for LaCrosse dose reconstructions

 Other

Wikipedia has a webpage on LaCrosse Boiling Water Reactor.

 

 

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