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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
Hurricane Irma - SSO near 747 Forest Glen Ct Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Casselberry's Lift Station #70 Forest Brook lost power. This power failure resulted in approximately 9,000 gallons of domestic wastewater mixed with ground and stormwater seepage spilling from two manholes near 747 Forest Glen Ct intermittently. The overflow most likely affected a wetland area nearby. In the days after Hurricane Irma City staff worked around the clock rotating portable generators to lift stations without power throughout the City in order to pump them down until power was restored at all lift stations. 10/10/2017 11:36 EDT City of Casselberry 747 Forest Glen Ct; Maitland FL; 32751 Seminole Tara Lamoureux Interim Water Resources Manager tlamoureux@casselberry.org (407) 262-7725 Owner Of the Facility Tara Lamoureux (407) 262-7725 tlamoureux@casselberry.org 28.636403 -81.325243 09/13/2017 00:00 EDT No 09/13/2017 23:55 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma - SSO at 2038 Eastbrook Blvd Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Casselberry's Lift Station #50 Eastbrook II had a power pole fall on top of it and lost power. This power failure resulted in approximately 2500 gallons of domestic wastewater mixed with ground and stormwater seepage spilling from a manhole located at 2038 Eastbrook Blvd. The overflow most likely affected Crane Strand. Once the power pole was deactivated, City staff was able to bring a portable generator to this lift station and pump it down. In the days after Hurricane Irma City staff worked around the clock rotating portable generators to lift stations without power throughout the City in order to pump them down until power was restored at all lift stations. 10/10/2017 11:27 EDT City of Casselberry 2038 Eastbrook Blvd; Winter Park FL; 32792 Seminole Tara Lamoureux Interim Water Resources Manager tlamoureux@casselberry.org (407) 262-7725 Owner Of the Facility Tara Lamoureux (407) 262-7725 tlamoureux@casselberry.org 28.617695 -81.301079 09/12/2017 15:45 EDT No 09/12/2017 23:55 EDT Incident Location
Jonathan carter We had a air release valve split in half inside a concrete vault . We shut off two isolate valves and then turned off air release valve to stop waste water from over flowing. We estimate that we last 500 gallons of waste water. 10/10/2017 11:22 EDT City of clermont 3335 hancock rd; clermont FL; 34711 Lake Jonathan carter Collection chief jcarter@clermontfl.org (352) 267-4273 Operator Of the Facility jonathan carter (352) 267-4273 jcarter@clermontfl.org 28.511821 -81.740403 10/10/2017 08:45 EDT No 10/10/2017 09:25 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma - SSO at 7314 Betty St Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Casselberry's Lift Station #51 Betty Street lost power. This power failure resulted in approximately 30,000 gallons of domestic wastewater mixed with ground and stormwater seepage spilling from the lift station intermittently. The overflow most likely affected Crane Strand. In the days after Hurricane Irma City staff worked around the clock rotating portable generators to lift stations without power throughout the City in order to pump them down until power was restored at all lift stations. 10/10/2017 11:00 EDT City of Casselberry 7314 Betty St; Winter Park FL; 32792 Seminole Tara Lamoureux Interim Water Resources Manager tlamoureux@casselberry.org (407) 262-7725 Owner Of the Facility Tara Lamoureux (407) 262-7725 tlamoureux@casselberry.org 28.617758 -81.299304 09/11/2017 00:00 EDT No 09/12/2017 23:55 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma - SSO Near Balsam Dr & Bonanza Ct Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Casselberry's Lift Station #50 Eastbrook II had a power pole fall on top of it and lost power. This power failure resulted in approximately 54000 gallons of domestic wastewater mixed with ground and stormwater seepage spilling from a manhole located at Balsam Drive and Bonanza Ct. The overflow most likely affected Crane Strand. Once the power pole was deactivated City staff was able to bring a portable generator to this lift station and pump it down. In the days after Hurricane Irma City staff worked around the clock rotating portable generators to lift stations without power throughout the City in order to pump them down until power was restored at all lift stations. 10/10/2017 10:34 EDT City of Casselberry Balsam Dr & Bonanaza Ct; Winter Park FL; 32792 Seminole Tara Lamoureux Interim Water Resources Manager tlamoureux@casselberry.org (407) 262-7725 Owner Of the Facility Tara Lamoureux (407) 262-7725 tlamoureux@casselberry.org 28.616053 -81.305996 09/11/2017 01:10 EDT No 09/13/2017 23:00 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma - SSO at Villas of Casselberry Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Casselberry's Lift Station #82 Villas of Casselberry lost power. This power failure resulted in approximately 10,400 gallons of domestic wastewater mixed with ground and stormwater seepage spilling from five manholes located nearby intermittently. The overflow most likely affected Crane Strand. In the days after Hurricane Irma City staff worked around the clock rotating portable generators to lift stations without power throughout the City in order to pump them down until power was restored at all lift stations. 10/10/2017 09:47 EDT City of Casselberry 1813 Blaine Terrace; Winter Park FL; 32792 Seminole Tara Lamoureux Interim Water Resources Manager tlamoureux@casselberry.org (407) 262-7725 Owner Of the Facility Tara Lamoureux (407) 262-7725 tlamoureux@casselberry.org 28.612472 -81.307333 09/12/2017 09:10 EDT No 09/12/2017 20:00 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma 10-6 A spill occurred on 9-6-2017 from approximately 11 am to 12 pm from a manhole that was surrounded by the St Johns River. This is a very old manhole that was sealed shut. Trees uprooted during the Hurricane damaged the manhole, so that the river was flowing into this manhole. We turned off the lift station at 1st and madison st for maintenance on a clogged line on 3rd street and this caused about 9000 gal of raw influent to discharge into the St Johns River. The station was restarted and water once again flowed into the pipe. This is an active issue that we are working to repair immediately. The spill is not ongoing. No clean up caould be done,as spill discharged straight into the river, once station was restarted, some spillage flowed back into the manhole. 10/09/2017 17:53 EDT City of Palatka Platt Drew wastewater facility 3010 Browns Landing road; Palatka FL; 32177 Putnam Brian McCann Superintendent bmccann@palatka-fl.gov (386) 329-0146 Operator Of the Facility Brian McCann (386) 329-0146 bmccann@palatka-fl.gov 29.672707 -81.646271 10/06/2017 11:00 EDT No 10/06/2017 12:00 EDT Incident Location
Mosaic Fertilizer Riverview Diesel Release Oct 9, 2017 Approximately 215 gallons of off-road diesel fuel released to soil due to a pump failure. All product remained on-site. Soil cleanup is underway. 10/09/2017 17:39 EDT Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC - Riverview Facility 8813 US Hwy 41 S; Riverview FL; 33578 Hillsborough Dharma Ramos EHS Manager, Riverview dharma.ramos@mosaicco.com (813) 775-4820 Operator Of the Facility Nikki Foster (813) 500-6322 nichelle.foster@mosaicco.com 27.863649 -82.394038 10/09/2017 09:10 EDT No 10/09/2017 09:10 EDT Incident Location
Seven Springs Collection System - Cache Drive Emergency call to sewage discharging from manholes located at 2529 Cache Drive in New Port Richey. Call received at approximately 9:00 pm on 10/08/2017. Maintenance crew arrived to site and discovered clogged line in collection system. They worked with a pump/jetter truck to clear the obstruction, but were unsuccessful. A Temporary bypass was put into place bypassing the obstruction, until additional repairs could be completed. It is estimated that between 700-1000 gallons were discharged in total; onto the adjacent grass and streets near the manholes. Discharge had stopped by 4:00 am on 10/9/2017. Additional information received this afternoon: Maintenance technicians returned to the site, were able to free the obstruction and pump down the system, the pumps will be pulled/cleaned/re-installed as a saftey pre-caution. Station has returned to normal operations. 10/09/2017 15:32 EDT Seven Springs Collection System - Cache Drive 2850 Seven Springs Blvd; New Port Richey FL; 34652 Pasco Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.196267 -82.638102 10/08/2017 21:00 EDT No 10/09/2017 04:00 EDT Incident Location
City of Sarasota Bobby Jones Golf Course Reuse Spill N/A 10/09/2017 15:11 EDT Bobby Jones Golf Course Reclaimed Water Storage Tank 4080 17th Street; Sarasota FL; 34236 Sarasota Verne Hall General Manager verne.hall@sarasotafl.gov (941) 661-1347 Owner Of the Facility Verne Hall (941) 661-1347 verne.hall@sarasotafl.gov 27.351266 -82.483665 10/09/2017 10:00 EDT No 10/09/2017 10:15 EDT Incident Location