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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
Solid Waste Site Storm Water Pond 2 Overflow Storm water from the facility┐s solid waste site storm water pond #2 overflowed into an adjacent wetlands area following rainfall of approximately two inches. The pumping system was found to be running, but not pumping water out. Operators were contacted immediately and got the pump working again, pumping the pond level down and stopping the overflow. Estimated storm water overflow was 31,000 gallons. Due to the nature of the storm water, there are no public health or environment impact concerns. A sample was collected and will be analyzed for Chemical Oxygen Demand. Upon receipt, results will be sent to FDEP, NE District. 07/10/2017 17:00 EDT Georgia-Pacific Consumer Operations LLC 215 County Road 216; Palatka FL; 32177 Putnam James Eckenrode Environmental Manager (770) 843-3302 Owner Of the Facility James Eckenrode (770) 843-3302 29.676343 -81.691571 07/09/2017 18:15 EDT No 07/10/2017 11:25 EDT Incident Location
2017-5136 RCRX 2704 7-9-17 Tampa, FL On 07/09/17 at 2000 hours, CSX, Terminal Manager, reported a slosh leak from the top of loaded Hydrochloric acid tank car RCRX 2704 at MP S 841.00 on the Tampa Terminal Subdivision. This is located inside Yeomen Yard, track Y23, in Tampa, Florida. The release was estimated to be approximately less than a gallon. Response contractor was dispatched and found two nut and bolt assemblies on the loading / unloading liquid closure flange that had corroded and were broken. The leak from the liquid line was secured by replacing the two nut and bolt assemblies. Approximately one gallon of Hydrochloric acid spilled onto the ground and was cleaned up and appropriately secured for disposal. 07/10/2017 16:43 EDT CSX Transportation, Yeoman Yard, Track Y23 5656 Adamo Drive; Tampa FL; 33619 Hillsborough Brooke Martin Manager Hazardous Materials (800) 232-0144 CSX Employee Brooke Martin (800) 232-0144 27.954506 -82.384636 07/09/2017 20:00 EDT No 07/10/2017 00:45 EDT Incident Location
Sewer overflow from manhole Wastewater Incident Notification 1. SWO Incident Number: 2017-5147 2. Date/Time Reported: 7/10/2017 @ 9:05am 3. Description: Sewer overflow from manhole 4. Incident Date/Time: 7/9/2017 @ 11:45am 5. Incident Location: 540 E. 6th Street 6. County: Bay (03) 7. District: Northwest District 8. Caller Name: Ed Turner 9. Affiliation: Lift Stations Superintendent 10. Permitted Utility?: Yes 11. Permitted Utility Name: Millville WWTP 12. Permitted Utility ID: 0170909 13. Non Permitted Satellite Collection Systems: 14. Facility Type: Domestic Wastewater 15. Wastewater Characteristics: Untreated 16. Cause: LS #41 Electrical failure 17. Initial Spill Volume: 10,000 gallons 18. Volume Recovered: 0 19. Final Spill Volume: 10,000 gallons 20. Water Body Affected: Massalina Bayou 21. Clean-up Actions: Washed down street and added lime 22. Clean-up Actions Status: Completed 23. Notes: Relay for alarm burnt. Shorted tripped control breaker 24. Location Physical Address and/or Latitude/Longitude: 540 E. 6th Street 07/10/2017 12:52 EDT Lift Station #41 540 E. 6th Street; Directions: Location of Lift Station is on Business Highway 98/6th Street just west of Massalina Dr.; Panama City FL; 32401 Bay Ed Turner Lift Station Superintendent (850) 872-3037 Lift Station Superintendent Ed Turner (850) 872-3037 30.158551 -85.653688 07/09/2017 11:45 EDT No 07/09/2017 12:30 EDT Incident Location
TWA Camelot WRF Effluent Spill On 07.09.17 early a.m., Pine Island holding ponds water level rose up flowed backwards into Camelot's storm water drains. The water over flowed by Camelot's office and into the street; then flowing out the gate that leads into Sherwood Forrest community. The water flowed down a sloped grade and then into Bonnet Creek approximately 500 feet from Camelot. The water was treated with lime. Operators put sand bags to divert flow into Northeast corner where the water is pumped back into the Ponds. Made manual adjustments to the plant and diverting effluent into the GST then sending the water to the Imperial RIB site. Reclaim water valve closed manually and opened RIB valve 100%. Called in a spill report to the State Warning Point, incident #2017-5125 07/09/2017 18:08 EDT TWA Camelot WRF  FL Osceola Rick Vester Chief Wastewater Operator (407) 944-5000 Operator Of the Facility Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 28.319403 -81.498513 07/09/2017 04:00 EDT No 07/09/2017 07:00 EDT Incident Location
Beneva Road and BahiaVista Street 070717 The ARV at Bahia Vista Street and Beneva Road had deteriorated and blown apart. this caused a discharge of waste water to the surrounding areas and Phillippi Creek. Samples were taken from the receiving waters and the results will be submitted. 07/09/2017 18:08 EDT Beneva Road and Bahia Vista Street ; Sarasota  FL Sarasota Patricia Nihart ES III (941) 650-8288 Environmental Specialist for Utility Patricia Nihart (941) 650-8288 27.184846 -82.403907 07/07/2017 17:20 EDT No 07/07/2017 18:00 EDT Incident Location
TWA Lake Marion EQ Tank Spill On 7/8/17 the EQ tank spilled due to PLC fault. Operator called the state warning point at 10:30 a.m. to report a spill of approximately 400,000 gal. of raw wastewater. The spill was contained on TOHO property and no waterways were affected. The affected area was cleaned and lime was applied. Incident number is 2017-5102. When the operator arrived on site at 0600, Andrew, was on site working on the PLC. 07/09/2017 18:00 EDT TWA Lake Marion WRF  FL Polk Ricardo Rodriguez Wastewater Operator (407) 944-5000 Operator Of the Facility Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 28.063584 -81.492797 07/08/2017 10:30 EDT No 07/09/2017 06:00 EDT Incident Location
DWU WWTP Approximately 5,000 gallons of treated effluent from the WWTP overflowed onsite channels due to a power outage. All treated effluent was contained on the treatment plant. No effluent entered any water bodies or storm drains. The flow was stopped, power was restored and the area was limed. 07/08/2017 11:04 EDT Destin Water Users Wastewater Treatment Plant 14 Industrial Park Lane; Destin FL; 32541 Okaloosa Monica Autrey Operations Manager (850) 699-3665 Operator Of the Facility Monica Autrey (850) 699-3665 30.394121 -86.478668 07/08/2017 08:30 EDT No 07/08/2017 09:00 EDT Incident Location
Small Digester sludge spill The Anaerobic Digester tank # 3 leaked rainwater mixed with a small amount of sludge from the scum seal, where the metal lid and cement tank are joined. The fluid ran down the outside wall of the tank and onto the ground. Only 5 gallons were spilled. The fluid was recovered with a shop-vac and returned to the plant influent stream. This tank is presently off-line but is full of undigested sludge. The cause of the spill was from Rainwater runoff from the metal lid running into cracks in the scum seal, filling the tank above the high level mark. The Digester fluid level was immediately lowered by pumping into an adjacent tank. 07/07/2017 14:03 EDT Water Conserv II WRF 5420 L.B. McLeod Rd.; Directions: Digester Tank # 3 is located at the West side of the facility. The spill occurred at the NW side of the tank.; Orlando FL; 32811 Orange Keith T Jordan Chief Operator (407) 435-5214 Operator Of the Facility Athena Tipaldos, Water Reclamation Compliance (407) 246-4086 28.54667 -81.41272 07/06/2017 09:00 EDT No 07/06/2017 09:10 EDT Incident Location
L/S #NE4 Overflow Lift Station malfunctioned causing wet well to overflow raw sewage. Approximately 100 gallons was discharged on the ground surrounding the lift station. All of the overflow was contained and captured with Vac truck. Overflow did not make it to any waterways or waters of the state. 07/07/2017 09:42 EDT City of Pinellas Park L/S# NE 4 3700 126th Ave; Clearwater  FL; 33762 Pinellas Ryan Gonzalez Utilities Foreman (727) 214-7831 Operator Of the Facility Ryan Gonzalez (727) 214-7831 27.886434 -82.68388 07/06/2017 10:00 EDT No 07/06/2017 11:00 EDT Incident Location
Howard F. Curran AWTP Chlorine Exceedance Start date and time & End date and time cannot be entered - will only except current Start 7/5/17 22:19 - Stop 7/5/17 22:23 On July 5th the filter building operator tried to pull a vacuum on Cl2 evaporator #3 using chlorinator #3, not realizing that both chlorinators 2 & 3 were valved into that evaporator. Because of this the Cl2 feed dropped out causing the Pre-SO2 residual to drop below 1.0 mg/L for 5 minutes from 22:19 to 22:23. A grab sample was taken at the lowest residual with a result of 0.94 mg/L. The flow was immediately slowed by shutting off all but one nitrification pump and diverting flow into the empty contact chamber. Although most of the flow was diverted it is estimated that 62,000 gallons of <1.0 mg/L residual water went over the weir before the residual was reestablished. 07/06/2017 14:58 EDT Howard F. Curran AWTP 2700 Maritime Blvd; Tampa FL; 33605 Hillsborough Jeff Hilton Wastewater Palnning (813) 274-7844 Wastewater Planning Jeff Hilton (813) 274-7844 27.924427 -82.439343 07/06/2017 14:55 EDT No 07/06/2017 14:55 EDT Incident Location