EEOICPA Linde Air

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 Linde Air Products, Buffalo New York

 

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Linde Air Products is an AWE facility for 1945-1947 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

The Linde Air Products facility, also known as the Chandler Plant, was involved in the development and production of barrier for the Oak Ridge Diffusion Plant. During World War II, Linde was part of the Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corporation, later known as Union Carbide.

 

Alternative Name

  • Linde Air Products Div. Of Union Carbide Corporation
  • Linde
  • Linde Center
  • Chandler Plant
  • Chandler Street Plant
  • Linde Chandler Plant
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    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management has a webpage for Linde Air since it was considered for FUSRAP. 

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B statistics for Linde Air.

    NIOSH

    NIOSH lists statistics for Linde Air dose reconstructions

     Other

  • The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Linde Air.
  • Wikipedia has a page on Linde Air.
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