EEOICPA South Albuquerque Works

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 South Albuquerque Works, Albuquerque New Mexico

 

Albuquerque PostcardSouth Albuquerque Works

South Albuquerque Works, located in the South Valley of Albuquerque,  is a DOE facility from 1951-1967 so claimants are eligible to file Part B and Part E claims.

The AEC owned the South Albuquerque Works from 1951-1967 and used it to produce weapons components. It was opened in anticipation of the 1952 closing of the Buffalo Works. American Car and Foundry was part of the Buffalo operation and also operated the South Albuquerque Works for the AEC.


Alternative Name

  • American Car & Foundry, Inc.
  • Air Force Plant 83
  • South Valley Superfund Site
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    DOE

    DOE lists South Albuquerque as a covered EEOICPA facility.

    DOE Contractor

    American Car and Foundry, Inc. (1951-1967)

     

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B and Part E statistics on the South Albuquerque Works as well as exposure information from their South Albuquerque Works Site Exposure Matrix.

    NIOSH

    NIOSH has done dose reconstructions on South Albuquerque Works workers, but no technical basis documents have been done and there is no Special Exposure Cohort.

     

     

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