Hanford Site

Hanford Site

Richland, Washington 1943 – 1990

Established in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project, the Hanford Site is located just outside of Richland, Washington, on the Columbia River. It is home to the B Reactor—the world’s first full-scale plutonium production reactor. The B Reactor was the first of three plutonium reactors built in the 100 area during the Manhattan Project. It was built and operated by DuPont. The plutonium from the B Reactor was used in the Trinity Test, as well as the atomic bomb “Fat Boy.”

Did you work in the Hanford Site?

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For over a decade, we’ve helped former atomic workers, including former Hanford Site workers, get connected with and maximize their EEOICPA benefits and receive the quality care services they deserve. We know the EEOICPA inside and out and can help you wherever you’re at in your journey with your benefits!

More than 600,000 former atomic workers across the United States may qualify for up to $400,000 in financial compensation, plus no cost medical benefits for life through the Department of Labor’s EEOICPA.

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We can help you determine your EEOICPA benefit eligibility, establish your next steps, connect you to resources to help you file your claim, & help you get the most out of your white card benefits.


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