*[Enwl-eng] Hawaii's residents are being poisoned

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Jan 21, 2023, 12:27:30 PM1/21/23
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Fuel from this Navy facility leaked into their water.

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A screenshot of a YouTube video about the dangers of the bulk fuel storage at Red Hill

This Bulk Fuel Storage Facility is Poisoning the Residents of Hawaii!


In November 2021, nearly 20,000 gallons of fuel leaked from a Navy storage facility in O'ahu, Hawaii, into a local water well poisoning almost 100,00 residents. While the Navy promised to close the facility in the next few years, there are still over 100 million gallons of fuel in the deteriorating tanks, threatening residents and their water safety every day. 


Just a month after the 2021 leak, cancer-causing PFAS -- known as forever chemicals -- were detected in local groundwater samples. In November 2022, hundreds of gallons of toxic firefighting foam used to maintain the leftover fuel spilled in the storage facility. This is a disaster of the Navy's making. Every minute Red Hill tanks remain fueled, thousands of residents are at risk. Congress must act and escalate the shutdown and defueling of Red Hill, now.

Sign the petition to demand Congress immediately defuel the water tanks and shut down the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.

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Care2 Petitions Team

P.S. The US government is sacrificing the health of Hawaii's residents. Sign the petition to demand Congress shuts down the fuel storage facility at Red Hill.

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