United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Region I Agreement State Complex Materials Sites Undergoing Decommissioning

Of the 50 complex materials sites that are currently undergoing decommissioning in the United States, 17 sites in Region I are regulated by the States of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New Jersey, which the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has designated as Agreement States. The map to the right illustrates the relative locations of these sites, and the tables below provide links to their descriptions, which include site status summaries, any major technical or regulatory issues, and the estimated date for closure of each site. These site descriptions were provided by the respective Agreement States, and the NRC makes no claim regarding the validity of that information. Please contact us if you have any questions or comments.

Name Location
BASF (formerly Engelhard Corp.) Plainville, MA
Curtiss-Wright Cheswick Cheswick, PA
Global Tungsten & Powders Corp. (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) Towanda, PA
Karnish Instruments (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) Lock Haven, PA
Keystone Metals Reduction (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) Cheswick, PA
Norton/St. Gobain Worcester, MA
Remacor (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) West Pittsburg, PA
Safety Light Corp. (SLC) Bloomsburg, PA
Shieldalloy Metallurgical Corp. (State of New Jersey) Newfield, NJ
Shpack Landfill Norton, MA
Starmet Corp. (formerly Nuclear Metals) Concord, MA
Strube Incorporated (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) Lancaster Co., PA
Superbolt (formerly Superior Steel) Carnegie, PA
Texas Instruments Attleboro, MA
Westinghouse Electric (Waltz Mill) Madison, PA
Whittaker Corp. Greenville, PA
Wyman Gordon Co. North Grafton, MA

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