Navy Red Hill Underground Fuel Storage Facility

Leslie Nelson / Wikipedia

January will mark five years since 27,000 gallons of fuel leaked out of a massive underground facility at Red Hill and we still don’t know where it all went.

There is concern in the community that the spill could migrate to an aquifer which supplies a portion of Honolulu’s drinking water. Members of the Senate’s Red Hill task force were set to meet Wednesday morning to talk about the condition of fuel tanks.

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Red Hill Development; Selective Service; Steve Yuen

 

 

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The Environmental Protection Agency and the US Navy have reached a tentative deal about the Red Hill fuel storage facility. Early last year an estimated 27,000 gallons of jet fuel leaked from the tanks, igniting concerns about threats to drinking water.

Wayne Yoshioka

The Task Force developing a legislative report on the 27-thousand gallon fuel leak at the Navy’s Red Hill storage facility in January is revising its findings and recommendations again.   HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.