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Radiation Dose Reconstruction

 

2009 Data Search and Capture Efforts for AWE Cases

Listed below are the data search and capture efforts for AWE sites that occurred during 2009. When available, we have included the sites for which information was recovered. The most recent efforts are at the top of the list.

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JAN      MAR      APR      JUL

July Data Search and Capture Efforts
  • Nevada Test Site Records Center
    Las Vegas, NV


    Eighteen boxes of information were reviewed and 68 documents were retrieved during this data capture effort. License SNM-7 material was retrieved for the Battelle Laboratories sites (King Avenue and West Jefferson).

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April Data Search and Capture Efforts
  • Westinghouse Electric Company (Hematite Facility)
    Hematite, MO


    Fifty-nine boxes of information were reviewed and 100 documents were retrieved for the United Nuclear Corporation.

    Information Recovered Years
    In-vivo counts 1969; 1974-1980
    Environmental water analysis 1976-1977
    Daily air sample record (DASRs), lapel samples and contamination surveys 1978, 1994
    Nuclear material transaction reports 1979-1988
    Exposure summary and air sample data 1991-1992
    Samples of employee cumulative exposure report 1992
    Samples selected of effluent releases 1995-1996
    Samples selected of accident reports 1969-1970
    Average stack loss 1978-1982
    Samples selected of contamination and radiation surveys 1992
    Effluent monitoring reports 1978-1988
    Exposure information 1977, 1979, 1982 and 1994
    Samples of J.A. Rode summary reports 1975-1980's
    Samples of Maine Yankee reports 1970-1971
    Newspaper article on buried items -
    Retention pond data -
    Decommissioning plan -

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March Data Search and Capture Efforts
  • Kansas Federal Records Center
    Lenexa, KS


    During a second data capture trip to the Kansas Federal Records Center in March, 75 boxes of information were reviewed and 148 documents were retrieved for numerous work sites.

    Work Site Information Retrieved
    Aliquippa Forge Scope of work
    Colonie Site TLD environmental reports, scope of work, surface contamination survey, instruction guide
    Latty Avenue Properties TLD environmental reports
    Linde Ceramics Plant Scope of work
    Maywood Chemical Works TLD environmental reports, scope of work, ground water samples, soil samples, gamma borehole logging, radon and thoron data, bioassay results
    Middlesex Municipal Landfill TLD environmental reports, personal TLD badges and exposure reports, water analysis
    Painesville Site Bioassay results, water and soil samples
    Rare Earths/ W.R. Grace TLD environmental reports, bioassay urine samples, air particulate samples
    St. Louis Airport Storage Site (SLAPS) Scope of work, walkover gamma scan, bioassay results, air sample data, area surveys with maps

  • Westinghouse Electric Company (Hematite Facility)
    Hematite, MO


    The following information was retrieved for United Nuclear Corporation: airborne sample data and incidents, bioassay results, clean air act compliance information, daily air sample reports, external exposure (1961-2008), fundamentals of radiation protection, gamma counter calibration, groundwater monitoring, health physics manuals, individual whole body counts, licenses, list of materials for on-site burial, numerous site photos, radiological and criticality inspections, radiological surveys, site audits, soil sample results, stack exhaust samples, waste description, weekly progress reports, and various incident reports. Sixty-three boxes of information were reviewed and 414 documents were retrieved.

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  • Kansas Federal Records Center
    Lenexa, KS


    Ninety-eight boxes of information were reviewed and 189 documents were retrieved for numerous work sites during this data capture trip.

    Work Site Information Retrieved
    Ashland Oil Environmental sample results
    Bliss & Laughlin Steel Direct surface and transferable contamination survey report, air sampling radon daughters report, radiological survey of the exterior portions of the site
    Chapman Valve Radiological sample log book
    Combustion Engineering Revised decommissioning plan, environmental reports (1994 through the first quarter of 1996)
    Du Pont Deepwater Works Air particulate sample and reporting, bioassay sample routing log
    Latty Avenue Properties Hazelwood interim storage annual environmental reports
    Linde Ceramics Plant Bioassay results, air monitoring reporting, radon sample results, personnel radiological contamination reports
    Maywood Chemical Works TLD occupational radiation exposure report
    Painesville Site Air sampling data, gamma exposure data, bioassay sample results
    Shpack Landfill Exposure records and bioassay sample results
    St. Louis Airport Storage Site (SLAPS) Radiological sample logbook, site suitability, environmental report calendar, TLD occupational radiation exposure reports
    Ventron Corp. Sample collection logbook

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January Data Search and Capture Efforts
  • Curtiss-Wright, Electro-Mechanical Division
    Cheswick, PA


    During this data capture trip, various logbooks and finding aids were reviewed for Westinghouse Nuclear Fuels Division. Fifty-three documents, 4 finding aids, and 86 microfilm cartridges were retrieved. Personnel external exposure information (1968-1983) was retrieved.

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