Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs
Commander Navy Region Hawaii is pleased to announce the 3rd quarter updates and improvements to the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility are now available here.
As a result of the restrictions in public gatherings due to COVID-19 pandemic, the updates are provided in audio format (click here):
- Update on Administrative Order on Consent (AOC): Capt. Gordie Meyer, commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii and regional engineer for Navy Region Hawaii, discusses the overall update on the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.
- Monitoring Wells Update: Dayna Fujimoto, Red Hill Program Environmental Engineer for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Hawaii, discusses the groundwater monitoring well program.
- Partnership with the University of Hawaii: University of Hawaii’s Dr. Brennon Morioka, dean of the College of Engineering, discusses infrared thermography.
The files detail the progress being made as a result of the 2015 Administrative Order of Consent (AOC) between the Navy, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH).
These agencies work collaboratively to ensure the long-term security of Hawaii’s environment and safety of Oahu’s drinking water supply. Each agency is committed to ongoing operational and infrastructure improvements so the facility can carry out its primary mission as well as provide support across the State of Hawaii in times of need.