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Joint Task Force Red Hill to Remove Fuel From Surge Tanks


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Joint Task Force – Red Hill is set to start draining fuel from surge tanks at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.

The task force will drain 480,000 gallons of fuel from four surge tanks, starting July 17, according to a news release from Joint Task Force – Red Hill. It can drain the tanks now after receiving conditional approval from both the Environmental Protection Agency and the Hawaii Department of Health.

The fuel will be stored in above-ground tanks at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickham, according to the release. Defueling the surge tanks will take about two weeks.

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