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Navy Cleaning Two Red Hill Fuel Tanks, Testing for Petroleum Residue


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The Navy Closure Task Force – Red Hill began cleaning out sludge from fuel tanks seven and eight last week, the service announced Thursday.

Cleaning out sludge from the tanks at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility is one of the steps required before the Navy can completely close down the facility, using a closure-in-place plan that would allow the facility to be used in the future as storage for something besides fuel, USNI News has previously reported.

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