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Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)

Evaluating Fuel Leak and Aging Infrastructure at Red Hill, Hawaii, the Largest Underground Fuel Storage Facility in the United States

Read about what EPA Region 9, Hawaii’s Department of Health, U.S. Navy, and Defense Logistics Agency are doing to protect human health and the environment by evaluating a fuel leak and aging infrastructure at Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility near Honolulu, Hawaii.  Red Hill has a storage capacity of 250 million gallons and is the largest underground fuel storage facility in the United States.  Red Hill can store about 10,000 times more fuel than a typical gas station. 

For more information, see EPA’s website about the Red Hill Bulk Storage Facility.

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