A.P. Green Industries

A.P. Green Industries initially opened in the 1910s and produced warship boilers used in World War I and World War II.  Even though A.P. Green Industries knew of the dangers of asbestos they used this dangerous mineral in its products through 1973.  Many of their refractory products remain in aging machinery today and continue to […]

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Orange and Rockland Utilities Lovett Power Plant Asbestos Exposure

Orange and Rockland Utilities began as Rockland Light & Power Co. in Nyack, NY in 1899. In 1958 they merged with Orange and Rockland Electric Company and became known as Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., with their subsidiary, Rockland Electric Company, they are wholly known as Consolidated Edison, Inc. (since 1999). Today they provide electric […]

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New York Shipbuilding Corporation

New York Shipbuilding Corporation Asbestos Exposure New York Shipbuilding Corporation was established in 1899 by Henry Morse. New York Shipbuilding Corporation, also called “New York Ship,” was supposed to be in New York City. However, due to a failed real estate deal, New York Shipbuilding was based in Camden, New Jersey. It spanned 160 acres […]

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