EEOICPA Tube Reducing

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 Tube Reducing Company, Wallington New Jersey

 

Wallington SealTube Reducing Company

Tube Reducing is an AWE site for 1952, 1955, and 1957 so workers are eligible to file Part B  claims.

Tube Reducing Co. conducted tests for National Lead of Ohio (Fernald) on shaping and sizing uranium rods. In January 1952, two uranium rods were processed. More tubes were extruded in a reduction experiment in January 1955. Another test was conducted in 1957.

The firm is also mentioned in World War II-era reports as a possible location for uranium machining, but there are no indications that any such work was done at the facility during that time period.

  

DOE

DOE has a webpage for Tube Reducing.

 

NIOSH

NIOSH also provided dose reconstruction statistics for Tube Reducing.

Other

The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Tube Reducing.

 

 

 

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