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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
LS 123 An 8 inch PVC pipe associated with LS 123 located at 2741 NW 8th Street was cracked resulting in a spill of approximately 18000 gallons. About 12400 gallons were discharge into the storm drain and 5600 gallons recovered. 02/06/2018 15:20 EST LS 123  FL Broward Shana Coombs Interim Compliance Manager shana.coombs@copbfl.com (954) 545-7004 Employee Bobby Clayton (954) 786-4154 bobby.clayton@copbfl.com 26.239051 -80.159746 02/06/2018 07:30 EST No 02/06/2018 08:30 EST Incident Location
LS 11 LS 11 located at 1599 N Riverside Drive had power turned off due to sabotage. There were discharges at 3 points: 3233 Canal Drive 200 02/06/2018 14:24 EST LS 11  FL Broward Shana Coombs Interim Compliance Manager shana.coombs@copbfl.com (954) 545-7004 Employee Bobby Clayton (954) 786-4154 bobby.clayton@copbfl.com 26.252002 -80.088928 02/06/2018 07:35 EST No 02/06/2018 08:45 EST Incident Location
LS 73 A 6 inch bypass coupling broke at LS 73 located at 699 SW 15th Street resulting in a discharge of 600 gallons. 400 gallons made it to the nearby storm drain and 200 gallons were recovered. The area was cleaned up and disinfected with chlorine and lime. 02/06/2018 13:22 EST LS 73  FL Broward Shana Coombs Interim Compliane Manager shana.coombs@copbfl.com (954) 545-7004 Employee Bobby Clayton (954) 545-4154 bobby.clayton@copbfl.com 26.211115 -80.130475 02/05/2018 17:25 EST No 02/05/2018 19:30 EST Incident Location
CITY OF PANAMA CITY Duration of discharge: 2 hours Estimated volume of the discharge: 15,000 gallons Source of discharge: Lift Station #41 Cause of discharge: Lift Station/Mechanical Discharge contained on site: No Area affected by discharge: on the ground, into storm drain: Massalina Bayou Corrective actions: Applied Lime to the entire area affected Lab notified 02/05/2018 16:43 EST City of Panama City 11 Harrison Avenue, Unit A ; Directions: At Lift Station #41 @ 530 E. 6th Street Panama City, FL 32401; Panama City FL; 32401 Bay Angie Stokes CCI/Plan Reviewer astokes@pcgov.org (850) 872-3164 CCI/Plan Reviewer/Admin Asst. Ed Turner (850) 628-2082 eturner@pcgov.org 30.158501 -85.654286 02/05/2018 12:45 EST No 02/05/2018 14:45 EST Incident Location
Wastewater release from ARV on Vanderbilt Beach Rd A vehicle backed into an ARV located in the center median on Vanderbilt Beach Road between Bay Laurel Drive and Fontana Del Sol Way. Approximately 3,500 gallons of wastewater was released. It does not appear that any stormwater systems or surface waters were impacted by the release. The ARV has been replaced and the impacted areas were disinfected with lime. 02/05/2018 16:11 EST Collier County Water-Sewer District Vanderbilt Beach Rd; Directions: Located in the center median at Latitude: 26.243766, Longitude: -81.776610.; Naples FL; 34109 Collier Steve Nagy Wastewater Collections Manager Steve.Nagy@colliercountyfl.gov (239) 252-2600 Operator Of the Facility Margie Hapke (239) 252-2679 Margie.Hapke@colliercountyfl.gov 26.243764 -81.776596 02/05/2018 11:30 EST No 02/05/2018 12:00 EST Incident Location
Country way Blvd at Woodbay Dr. 16 Gravity main blockage caused by a rag cluster located 400 feet south of Peabody Ln on Countryway Blvd. Approximately 5000 gallons of wastewater made its way to the surface before diverting flow and maintaining stations with pump trucks. The area was thoroughly washed down with lime applied. Signage has been placed in the area advising citizens of any potential wastewater hazards. 02/05/2018 15:40 EST NORTHWEST REGINAL WRF FL0041670 ; TAMPA FL; 33635 Hillsborough JON JOHANSON PROJECT MANAGER II JOHANSONJ@HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY.ORG (813) 309-2088 PROJECT MANAGER 11 RICHARD CUMMINGS (813) 209-3003 CUMMINGSR@HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY.ORG 28.044862 -82.627956 02/04/2018 20:55 EST No 02/05/2018 03:30 EST Incident Location
2018-02-ORHS Trash Compactor Hydraulic Fluid Thursday February 1, 2018 hydraulic fluid was observed leaking from the trash compactor of the cafeteria loading dock, located at Oak Ridge High School, 700 West Oak Ridge Road, Orlando Florida. The fluid was observed to be flowing into a nearby drain. It is estimated that the less than 5 gallons was released. The same day the OCPS solid waste provider was notified to respond and repair the leak. On Friday, February 2nd, 2018, according to sources at the school, Maintenance staff performed further clean up of the spill and fixed the leak. On February 5th OCPS Environmental Compliance staff verified no hydraulic fluid was observed on the ground surrounding the trash compactor. 02/05/2018 15:00 EST Oak Ridge High School 700 West Oak Ridge Road; Orlando FL; 32809 Orange Ricardo A. Mesorana Food and Nutrition Services Area Manager Ricardo.Mesorana@ocps.net (407) 317-3700 Operator Of the Facility Jennifer Fowler (407) 317-3900 jennifer.fowler@ocps.net 28.471956 -81.387413 02/01/2018 07:44 EST No 02/02/2018 12:38 EST Y Orange, Incident Location
Spanish Main WWTP Upon arrival to site at 7:00 am, operator found solids loss was occurring to CCC and effluent disposal pond. Upon further review, operator found clogged RAS line causing the solids loss event. Operator was able to work to free the blocked line and re-establish the RAS. The sludge hauler was onsite and assisted with cleaning accumulated solids from CCC. It is estimated between 1000 - 1100 gallons of solids was discharged to CCC and effluent disposal pond. The operator was able to re-establish the RAS and the plant operations returned to normal prior to departure from site. SWP# 2018-812 02/05/2018 10:01 EST Spanish Main Resort WWTP 12110 Spanish Main Resort Trail; Thonotosassa FL; 33592 Hillsborough Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.06502 -82.303483 02/05/2018 07:00 EST No 02/05/2018 09:00 EST Incident Location
Lift Station C-18 Bypass Pump Failure On February 4, 2018 at 1:00PM we were notified of a spill at lift station C-18 on Merritt Island at 295 Florida Blvd. The lift station was under contractor control and his bypass pump float system failed. We responded, contacted the contractor, he got the pump back in service and cleaned up approximately 1500 gallons of sewage that had spilled on the pavement and ground. No sewage went to any waterway or storm drain. 02/05/2018 09:18 EST Brevard County Merritt Island Lift Station C-18 295 Florida Blve; Merritt Island FL; 32953 Brevard Louis Braafladt Utility Superintendent, Brevard County Utilities louis.braafladt@brevardfl.gov (321) 633-1338 Owner Of the Facility Louis Braafladt (321) 455-1338 louis.braafladt@brevardfl.gov 28.390326 -80.696027 02/04/2018 13:00 EST No 02/04/2018 14:00 EST Incident Location
Northwest Regional Water Reclamation Facility On 2/1/18 at 1:20PM, contractor Garney/Wharton-Smith hit an existing 6 WAS pipe. Garney/Wharton-Smith along with Plant Operations had the flow shut off. The spill was 11,000 gallons of sludge. Regulatory Agency notification was made to the EPC via telephone at 1:55 PM and DEP at 1:50 PM on 2/1/18. he overflow was contained on site. In the hole that GWS had dug. GWS hooked up at pump and ran approximately 700 hose to an existing manhole. There is no immediate impact to residences or businesses UPDATE: On 2/1/18 at 1:20PM, contractor Garney/Wharton-Smith hit an existing 6 WAS pipe. The spill was 11,000 gallons of sludge. Garney/Wharton-Smith along with Plant Operations had the flow shut off. The overflow was contained in the hole that GWS had dug. GWS hooked up at pump and ran approximately 700 hose to an existing manhole. 9,000 gallons of sludge was recovered and the area was limed. There is no immediate impact to residences or businesses. Regulatory Agency notification was made to the EPC via telephone at 1:55 PM and DEP at 1:50 PM on 2/1/18. State Warning Point at 13:30 on 2/3/18 Incident #1203517. 02/03/2018 14:01 EST Northwest Regional Water Reclamation Facility 11005 Dale St  FL Hillsborough JON JOHANSON PROJECT MANAGER 11 JOHANSONJ@HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY.ORG (813) 309-3099 PROJECT MANAGER 11 BETH SCHINELLA (813) 612-7761 JOHANSONJ@HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY.ORG 28.144298 -82.53365 02/01/2018 13:20 EST No 02/01/2018 13:45 EST N Incident Location