EEOICPA Titanium Alloys

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 Titanium Alloys Manufacturing, Niagara Falls New York

 

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Titanium Alloys is an AWE facility for 1955-1956 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

Titanium Alloys Manufacturing (TAM) processed uranium-contaminated scrap associated with the nuclear weapons production process in 1955-1956. TAM also worked with zirconium tetrachloride for National Lead of Ohio starting 1950, but because zirconium tetrachloride is not radioactive, this work is not covered under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA).

 

Alternative Name

  • Humphreys Gold Company
  • Titanium Alloys Manufacturing Company, Division Of National Lead
  • Titanium Alloy Metals
  • Titanium Pigment Company
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    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management has a webpage for Titanium Alloys since it was considered for FUSRAP. 

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B statistics for Titanium Alloys.

    NIOSH

    NIOSH lists statistics for Titanium Alloys dose reconstructions

     Other

    The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Titanium Alloys.

     

     

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