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Known New Mexico Asbestos Exposure Job Sites

Below is a list of New Mexico job sites where asbestos exposure has been proven. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with mesothelioma, the source of asbestos exposure is critical to any claim you may file.

In New Mexico there are 329 job sites known to contain asbestos. Explore this information to find the job site in New Mexico where you or a member of your family may have been exposed to asbestos.

Job SiteLocationState
Builders Materials, Incorporated AlbuquerqueNM
El Paso Natural Gas Company GallupNM
United Nuclear Corp Homes GrantsNM
Cherokee And Pittsburg Coal Mining Company WaldoNM
El Paso Natural Gas Company EuniceNM
Mcnutt Oil And Refining Company BricklandNM
Phelps Dodge Corporation PlayasNM
Southwest Lumber Company AlamogordoNM
United States Veterans Hospital AlbuquerqueNM
University Of New Mexico AlbuquerqueNM

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