EEOICPA Westinghouse Atomic

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 Westinghouse Atomic Power Development Plant, East Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

 

East Pittsburgh signWestinghouse Atomic Power Development Plant

Westinghouse Atomic is an AWE facility from 1942-1944 and 1949 so workers are eligible to file for Part B claims.

Westinghouse Atomic has a Special Exposure Cohort which covers all workers with specific cancers and at least 250 days of employment for August 13, 1942 through December 31, 1944.

Westinghouse performed fabricating operations that included rolling and machining thorium metal billets into slugs for the DOE Hanford facility.


Alternative Names

  • East Pittsburgh Plant
  • Forest Hills Location
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    DOE

    DOE Legacy Management has a Westinghouse Atomic Power webpage because it was considered for FUSRAP.

     

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B statistics on Westinghouse Atomic Power.

    NIOSH

    NIOSH lists statistics for Westinghouse Atomic dose reconstructions.

    Other

    The Wall Street Journal's Waste Lands series provides information on Westinghouse Atomic Power.

     

     

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     Photos courtesy of DOE and Library of Congress