Take Action to Return Water to Waiʻaleʻale and Waikoko Streams

Please take a few moments to help stop the theft of our water from our sacred Kaua‘i streams – Wai‘ale‘ale & Waikoko. Next Friday, December 14, the Board of Land and Natural Resources will decide whether to renew the revocable permit (RP 7340) authorizing diversions from Wai‘ale‘ale and Waikoko Streams located in the Wailua ahupua‘a … Read more

Single walled tanks at Red Hill not enough – stand for Oʻahu’s drinking water

Please submit testimony now in support of protecting O‘ahu’s water. You might have already heard, last week resolution 18-266—urging the Hawaiʻi Department of Health and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reject single walled tank upgrades at Red Hill—was heard in and passed out of the Honolulu City Council’s Committee on Public Works, Infrastructure, and Sustainability. … Read more

Editorial: Upgrade too slow for Red Hill tanks

EDITORIAL | OUR VIEW Editorial: Upgrade too slow for Red Hill tanks November 5, 2018   Updated November 4, 2018 7:42pm Briskly constructed during the World War II era, the Navy’s underground fuel storage facility in the hills above Pearl Harbor — the largest such tank farm in the Northern Hemisphere — was a state secret until … Read more

One Week: Red Hill Task Force Meeting

Don’t forget, the Red Hill public meeting has been rescheduled to next week on Thursday, November 1st. We encourage everyone to submit written testimony prior to the meeting. This meeting will be the only public engagement opportunity for our supporters to voice their concerns before the Navy officially releases its preferred upgrade option for the … Read more

RESCHEDULED: Annual Meeting of Red Hill Task Force Nov. 1st

The Honolulu Star Advertiser got the headline right: Red Hill fuel tank corrosion worse than expected. Last month it was reported that the Navy favors the lowest cost, lowest assurance of protection for the tank upgrades. Yet at the same time, the Navy’s own studies show that corrosion of the steel tank liners was underestimated—by … Read more