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EPA Finds Navy Violated Environmental Rules At Red Hill, Hickam


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During inspections earlier this year, federal environmental regulators found the U.S. Navy has been violating state and federal rules in its fuel operations at the Red Hill fuel facility and on Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, according to records made public on Friday.

The Environmental Protection Agency found the Navy lacked a necessary spill response plan for a system of pipelines at Red Hill and is not operating that piping system “in accordance with good engineering practice,” an EPA official wrote in an August letter to the Navy.

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