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Quick Look: Funding Needed for Water Treatment Plant

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In a March 25 letter to Congress, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Lisa Franchetti said the FY 2024 supplemental request – which includes $3.3 billion for the submarine industrial base – is her number one unfunded item. -USNI News

P716 Water Treatment Plant Honolulu HI - $505.0M

This project is identified as a high priority to provide a reliable water source for military members, their families, and the people of Hawaii as a result of the Red Hill fuel spill. The planning and design for this project were too preliminary to be included in the budget at the time of PB-25 (President's Budget) development but have since matured, enabling it to be executable if funded. The project aims to deliver an effective and permanent drinking water treatment facility to remove potential contaminants at the Red Hill water supply shaft, ensuring that treated water continues to meet all Federal and State drinking water standards. Currently, the Navy has a limited number of drinking water sources at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, with no infrastructure to treat potential contaminants that may impact the Red Hill water supply. This project supports the restoration efforts and decommissioning of the Red Hill fuel complex.

FY25 Projects sorted by their associated costs in descending order:

  • Fund Guam Glass Breakwater - $600.0M

  • P2301 HSC-25 Hangar Replacement of Facility 2641 Guam - $580.5M

  • P716 Water Treatment Plant Honolulu HI - $505.0M

  • Fund Submarine Industrial Base – Delta - $403.0M

  • P209 Dry Dock 3 Replacement Pearl Harbor HI - $214.0M

  • Fund Aviation Critical Planeside Systems - $208.0M

  • Fund Surface Warfare Priority Systems - $200.0M

  • Accelerate Hunter Orca XLUUV - $184.0M

  • Fund KC-130J Procurement (+1) - $124.8M

  • Accelerate Long Endurance Electronic Decoy (LEED) - $109.9M

  • Accelerate NC3 Recapitalization and New Transmission Pathways - $106.0M

  • Planning & Design Pearl Harbor Waterfront Facility - $105.0M

  • Accelerate weapons combat expenditure replacement for SM-2 - $92.9M

  • Accelerate Subsea and Seabed Warfare (SSW) ROV - $75.3M

  • Accelerate COPPERFIELD - $60.0M

  • Accelerate Mk-48 Heavyweight Torpedo (HWT) procurement (+4) - $50.0M

  • P448 Range Training Complex Improvements Fallon NV - $45.0M

  • Accelerate GRANDSTAND - $30.0M


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