EEOICPA Philadelphia Naval Yard

 

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 Philadelphia Naval Yard, Philadelphia Pennsylvania-Deleted

 

Naval ResearchPhiladelphia Naval Yard

Philadelphia Naval Yard was an AWE covered facility for 1944-1945 but has been deleted from EEOICPA coverage.

In 1944, the Navy built a thermal diffusion pilot plant using concentric hot and cold pipes at the Philadelphia Naval Yard. The S-50 plant at Oak Ridge was a large-scale version of this plant. A large quantity of uranium hexafluoride was processed at this site.

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DOL removed the Philadelphia Naval Yard from EEOICPA coverage in 2007.

 

 

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