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Incident Name Incident Report Report Date/Time Facility Name Facility Address Affected Counties Reporter Name Reporter Title Reporter E-mail Reporter Phone Reporter Role Contact Name Contact Phone Contact E-mail Latitude Longitude Release Start Date/Time On-going Release Release End Date/Time Migrated Off-Site (Y/N) Migrated Counties Map Display
Silver Rd Air Release Overflow Malfunction of an air release tapping saddle. 06/15/2018 11:05 EDT Silver Springs Shores Collection System 538 Bahia Track Trail; Ocala FL; 34472 Marion Joshua Kramer Field Services Supervisor joshua.kramer@marioncountyfl.org (352) 438-2383 Operator Of the Facility Joshua Kramer (352) 438-2383 joshua.kramer@marioncountyfl.org 29.110497 -82.010103 06/14/2018 13:00 EDT No 06/14/2018 14:00 EDT Incident Location
South Central - Lift Station W20 Transformer blew about 10:40pm on June 14, 2018 at lift station W20. The backup generator failed to start due to low oil pressure. This station collects mostly leachate from the landfill. About 1,000 gallons of leachate mixed with raw sewage overflowed into the woods on the property of the lift station. The landfill was contacted to stop pumping leachate and overflow ceased by 11pm. A bypass pump was set up by 11:30pm. FPL will be replacing the transformer on 6/15/18. Fleet services was contacted to repair the generator. Initially the electrician reported 3,000 gallons, which was reported to SWO, but a superintendent went to the site and found it only to be about 1,000 gallons. 06/15/2018 09:25 EDT FL0102679 South Central WWTF 10001 N Wickham Rd; Melbourne FL; 32940 Brevard Shelley Locklear Environmental Specialist shelley.locklear@brevardfl.gov (321) 633-2093 Owner Of the Facility Shelley Locklear (321) 633-2093 shelley.locklear@brevardfl.gov 28.360077 -80.827676 06/14/2018 22:40 EDT No 06/14/2018 23:00 EDT Incident Location
1555 Millcoe Road Bypass pump on an air bay had a coupling fail, which released an estimated 510,000 gallons of partially treated wastewater onto the ground. It appeared that some of the release may have crossed the northern end of the property line. Cleanup is currently underway, including recovery of the release on-site, application of hydrated lime, and surface water sampling of Jones Creek. 06/14/2018 17:46 EDT Arlington East WRF 1555 Millcoe Rd; Jacksonville FL; 32225 Duval Jason Hermening Environmental Scientist Senior hermjs@jea.com (904) 376-5164 Environmental Jason Hermening (904) 376-5164 hermjs@jea.com 30.347156 -81.542203 06/13/2018 21:00 EDT No 06/13/2018 22:00 EDT Incident Location
City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No. FL0039772 On 6/13/2018 heavy rains in the area overwhelmed the wastewater collection system and caused a manhole to overflow at the intersections of Lake Hunter Dr. and Unitah Ave. The SSO started at 11:00 PM and was stopped at 12:20 AM on 6/14/2018. An estimated volume of 10,000 gallons was released. Heavy flooding and surface runoff in the are prevented any additional clean up actions by the City. 06/14/2018 15:44 EDT City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No. FL0039772 1825 Glendale Street; Lakeland FL; 33803 Polk Richard Ruede Wastewater Collection Manager richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net (863) 834-8277 Operator Of the Facility Richard Ruede (863) 834-8277 richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net 28.028474 -81.968859 06/13/2018 23:00 EDT No 06/14/2018 00:20 EDT Incident Location
City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No. FL0039772 At 8:45 PM on 6/13/2018 a City of Lakeland Pump Station located at 1501 Ariana St. overflowed due to heavy rain in the area. The overflow was stopped at 10:15 PM by use of a bypass pump and removing additional water with Vactor Trucks. Estimated volume released was 2,000 gallons. Flooding and surface runoff in the area prevented any additional clean up actions by the City. 06/14/2018 15:39 EDT City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No. FL0039772 1825 Glendale Street; Lakeland FL; 33803 Polk Richard Ruede Wastewater Collection Manager richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net (863) 834-8277 Operator Of the Facility Richard Ruede (863) 834-8277 richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net 28.026167 -81.981594 06/13/2018 18:45 EDT No 06/13/2018 20:15 EDT Incident Location
Pump Station #3017 Meadowbrook, 6/13/18 Field services staff responded to a trouble call at Pump Station 3017 Meadowbrook for SCADA power alarms. The pump station was found to have a tripped breaker which rendered the pump station inoperable. As a result the gravity collection system in the area surcharged eventually leading to a discharge from the pump station wet well hatch covers. Staff were onsite at the time diagnosing the power failure when approximately 50 gallons of untreated wastewater was observed flowing onto the pump station driveway. The discharge entered an adjacent storm water inlet box which discharges into Dwarf Lake. Due to the minimal discharge volume, wide surface area and low water level in the storm water system no recovery could be made. Additionally the steep banks of Dwarf Lake make recovery difficult to attempt with heavy tanker equipment. Field Services staff washed down all affected areas, applied deodorizer and returned the pump station to normal operation. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 50 gallons released, 0 gallons recovered, 50 gallons unrecovered, and 50 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 06/14/2018 15:10 EDT OCU Wastewater Pump Station #3017, Meadowbrook 3921 Westgate Road; Orlando FL; 32808 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II Eduardo.Hernandez@ocfl.net (407) 836-6818 Engineer II Troy Layton (407) 254-9794 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.593528 -81.459811 06/13/2018 19:25 EDT No 06/13/2018 19:30 EDT Incident Location
North Brevard - Manhole Overflow On June 13, 2018 about 6:30pm Lift Station N6 was overwhelmed with stormwater and there was a clog in the line between 4313 and 4361 Flintshire Way Mims. About 1200 gallons overflowed from two manholes at these addresses and flowed into a ditch behind the homes. Vac trucks were not able to get behind the homes to recover any of the spill but lime was spread and contaminated water signs were posted. The flow stayed in the ditch and did not flow tot he nearby retention pond. Lift Station N6 was pumped down and the line cleared with jet truck. Overflow stopped and all back online by 12am. 06/14/2018 08:50 EDT FLA010263 North Brevard WWTF 3205 Australian Way; Mims FL; 32754 Brevard Shelley Locklear Environmental Specialist shelley.locklear@brevardfl.gov (321) 297-3794 Owner Of the Facility Shelley Locklear (321) 297-3794 shelley.locklear@brevardfl.gov 28.648224 -80.868402 06/13/2018 18:30 EDT No 06/14/2018 00:00 EDT Incident Location
NWWRF 6/13/18 04:15 am The event was caused by PLC # 4 which failed due to loss of communication during emergency power use, PLC # 4 controls the facility effluent pumping station (Wetlands and RIB). As a result fully treated, chlorinated and PAR quality final effluent from the chlorine contact tanks #1 & #2 overflowed onto a unpaved grassy area and entered the west storm water retention pond located onsite. The pond did not overflow and no other areas were affected. The pond water level was (and remains) well below the retention pond outfall invert elevation. Therefore, no discharge flowed into Lake Marden. No recovery was made due to the quality of the reclaimed water that was discharged. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 10,000 gallons released, 0 gallons recovered, 10,000 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 06/13/2018 17:41 EDT Northwest Water Reclamation Facility (NWWRF) 701 W McCormick Road; Apopka FL; 32703 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II Eduardo.Hernandez@ocfl.net (407) 836-6839 Engineer II Mark Robinson (407) 254-9977 Mark.Robinson@ocfl.net 28.629 -81.525 06/13/2018 04:15 EDT No 06/13/2018 04:30 EDT Incident Location
ls #63 sso lighting caused a sso >1180 gallons 06/13/2018 13:30 EDT City of Lynn Haven 1111 Ohio Ave; LS # 63; Directions: 917 w. 26th street. LH; Lynn Haven FL; 32444 Bay Greg Kidwell Utility Director gkidwell@cityoflynnhaven.com (850) 265-0087 Operator Of the Facility Greg Kidwell (850) 265-0087 gkidwell@cityoflynnhabven.com 30.219 -85.66 06/12/2018 10:05 EDT No 06/12/2018 12:15 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow On June 12, 2018, 03:19 pm a sanitary sewer overflow occurred from a weather conditions lift station 527. Approximately a total of 500 gallons was discharged of which 300 gallons entered the adjacent retention pond. The affected ground areas have been cleaned up with lime. Installed aerator in retention pond ?No swimming- No fishing? signs have been posted and water quality samples will be collected from the retention pond. 06/13/2018 07:05 EDT PBCWUD LS 527 7366 Heathley DR ; Directions: Hypoluxo Rd west to Hagen Ranch Rd north on Charleston Shores Blvd make right on Heathley DR ( Lake Charleston Harbor Point); Lake Worth FL; 33467 - 7729 Palm Beach Marla Smith Chief Communications msmith@pbcwater.com (561) 740-4600 Operator Of the Facility PBCWUD/Dispatch (561) 740-4600 msmith@pbcwater.com 26.567066 -80.162442 06/12/2018 15:20 EDT No Incident Location