Asbestos materials were once commonly found at aluminum plants, including the cement used to build these facilities, the machines used to manufacture aluminum, and protective clothing that was worn by workers. Although the link between asbestos exposure and mesothelioma cancer has been known for decades, some aluminum plants still contain asbestos materials that could put workers at risk of cancer.
Because of the widespread use of asbestos at these sites, aluminum plant workers may be at risk of developing mesothelioma or other asbestos-related diseases. In many cases, workers may be diagnosed with an asbestos illness decades after they stopped working at these facilities.
The following is a list of aluminum plants where asbestos exposure may have occurred:
- Alcan Aluminum Plant
- Alcoa Aluminum Plant – Vancouver
- Alcoa Aluminum Plant – Wenatchee
- Allied Metal Company
- Anaconda Aluminum
- Anaconda Copper Mill
- Animax Copper Smelting
- Cascade Steel Rolling Mills
- Columbia Aluminum
- Harvey Aluminum
- INTALCO Aluminum – Cherry Point
- INTALCO Aluminum – Ferndale
- J.G. Braun Co.
- Kaiser Aluminum – Spokane
- Kaiser Aluminum – Tacoma
- Kennicott Copper Mine
- Magma Copper Company
- Martin-Marietta Corporation
- Nikkin Flux Corp.
- Phelps Dodge Copper Plant
- Reynolds Metals Aluminum Plant
Free Health Exam For Aluminum Plant Workers
If you or a loved one worked at one of the above jobsites — or other jobsites where asbestos-containing products were present — you may be eligible to receive a free health examination to find out if you have developed mesothelioma cancer, asbestosis, or another asbestos disease.
For more information about receiving your free asbestos health exam, contact the lawyers at Hissey, Mulderig & Friend by calling toll-free at 1-855-500-3734.
You can also reach us by filling out the free case evaluation form located on the top left side of this page.
After receiving your information, a member of our staff will contact you to obtain more information and to help you schedule a free asbestos test.