Mound Site

Arial view of the facility

The Mound Facility began operating in 1948, and was used to support the U.S. nuclear weapons program and energy program by researching, manufacturing and testing weapons components and spacecraft technology.1, 2 In 1986, the site was placed on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Priorities List , and has since been remediated and redeveloped for use in the private sectors. 2

Publications from NIOSH studies done at Mound

Evaluation of data for DOE site remediation workers. (2000) Final Report)pdf icon (47pages)

Study of the mortality among female nuclear weapons workers. (2000)

Publications from grant-funded studies done at Mound

Wiggs LD, Cox-DeVore CA, Wilkinson GS, Reyes M (1991). Mortality among workers exposed to external ionizing radiation at a nuclear facility in Ohio. J Occup Med 33(5): 632-637

Reyes M, Wilkinson GS, Tietjen GL, Wiggs LD, Galke WA (1991). Mortality among workers at the Mound facility: a preliminary report. (DOE Contract DE91 010482) Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, 20 pg.

Wiggs LD, Cox-DeVore CA, Voelz GL (1991). Mortality among a cohort of workers monitored for 210Po Exposure: 1944-1972. Health Phy 61(1):71-76.

Medical screening programs available to workers

Building Trades National Medical Screening Programexternal icon
To learn more, call 1-800-866-9663

Worker Health Protection Program (WHPP)external icon
To learn more, call 513-367-1333

References

1. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management: Mound Site. Visited on 4/8/09.pdf iconexternal icon
1.77MB (4pages)

2.Mound Advanced Technology Center. Visited 4/8/09. external icon

Page last reviewed: April 14, 2009