The office may not be able to identify HEER site record for requests which do not provide either the HEER facility or site name, or multiple identifying pieces of information listed above. Historic records held by the HEER Office may lack complete address information. While many records have TMK information, the TMK has not been determined for others.
Please be advised that the presence or absence of information on reports of spills or releases does not absolve the owner from future clean up liabilities under the Hawaii Environmental Response Law, as amended, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), as amended, or any other applicable state or federal regulations.
See additional instructions for requesting HEPCRA information.
Not all FacilitySites, particularly incidents or historic sites, have complete address information, and may be more difficult to identify, so search for:
- Current or former business operating names
- Street address - An exact address match (919 Ala Moana Blvd) then the street name only (Ala Moana B).
- TMK - (121058006) in the TMK tab of the spreadsheet
- EPA or other Identification Number
- Key words (AAFES)
- Zip code (96814)
If you are unable to identify a FacilitySite Name or Case Number, indicate that it was not found and provide all available location and ownership information on the records request form that may assist in identifying the record.
There is a limit of 10 records per requestor per 10 day response period for record requests that do not include the FacilitySite Name or Case Number. Should more than 10 records per requestor be submitted to the HEER Office without the FacilitySite Name or Case Number, they will be addressed in consecutive 10 day periods in increments of 10 requests each.
Twenty (20) days after being notified that the record is available, if there is no response from the requestor, a request is considered abandoned, and the requestor must start the process again to review the record.
We are transitioning to electronic files, so while many records are available electronically, others are in hard copy format. Upon 10 days notice, files will be delivered electronically or hard copies may be reviewed in person in the HEER Office.
Hard copies of records cost 5¢ per page.