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Red Hill Fuel Facility to shut down

The Defense Department will permanently shut down the Navy’s fuel facility at Red Hill that leaked petroleum into Pearl Harbor’s tap water.

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Pentagon to shut down Red Hill
Pentagon to shut down Red Hill

WASHINGTON — The Defense Department will permanently shut down the Navy’s massive fuel tank facility in Hawaii that leaked petroleum into Pearl Harbor’s tap water, and will remove all the fuel, the Pentagon said Monday.

 

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