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Welcome to the JBPHH Red Hill Environmental information page. Here you can find up-to-date information regarding the Navy's ongoing efforts to remediate, recover, and protect the environment surrounding Red Hill. All results from sampling that has occurred in the area are posted for public reference.

Over the past few months, the Navy has taken action to ensure the protection of Oahu's aquifer and the environment around Red Hill through various efforts. Some of these include identification and removal of contaminated soil, utilizing a granular activated carbon (GAC) filter system to create a capture zone at the Red Hill Shaft, conducting skimming operations to remove possible contaminants from the well, and expanding our monitoring well network to provide more data on water in the aquifer.

Our commitment is to continue to pursue the remediation and recovery of the Red Hill site and ensure the protection of the environment throughout the defueling and closure of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility. Our top priority is protecting the island’s water source and ensuring the health and safety of our community.

Per the Red Hill Shaft Recovery and Monitoring Plan, the Navy has implemented various actions including groundwater monitoring, soil vapor monitoring, and groundwater modeling to remediate environmental effects from the 2021 Fuel Spill at Red Hill.

PDFClick here to view the Red Hill Shaft Recovery and Monitoring Plan
PDFClick here to view the Red Hill Remediation Actions Schedule

Groundwater Data
The Navy conducts weekly sampling at various groundwater monitoring locations around Red Hill. This data is submitted weekly to the regulators in accordance with current requirements and is shared here for public reference.

LinkView NOI Data
LinkView Groundwater Monitoring Data
LinkView P-Wells and S-Wells Data
LinkPFAS Data

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